This space designed by Emily Henderson for HGTV's Secrets From a Stylist offers an ideal spot for dining for two.The simple dining area features a drop-leaf table and black Windsor chairs, while black-and-white toile wallpaper sets a traditional backdrop.
This country dining setting features a farmhouse table with black Windsor chairs and bench to give the space a more causal feel. Green-and-white-pattern cushions pad the seats with matching throw pillows on the bench. Neutral pillows are mixed in complementing the distressed wooden table and neutral rug.
This small but lovely dining set lends itself nicely to the white French Country kitchen and the black and white toile wallpaper that adorns the dining room wall. The addition of black accessories also enhance the French Country theme. This dining room/kitchen combination is a warm, inviting space.
Already set for a big dinner, this large back porch houses a mixture of seating: vintage metal chairs, white plastic chairs, a canvas directors chair, an old wooden Windsor-style chair and a pair of Adirondack chairs. Designer Tip: You don't have to buy a set of all matching furniture. Mix it up and take the indoors out; it can always come back in.
Everything about this living room feels and looks classic, from the sofa lined with throw pillows to the country-style Windsor chair to the bench-style coffee table. A muted green area rug defines the sitting area, while a white fireplace and mantel serve as a focal point in the timeless space.
This bright white kitchen includes a wall oven, cooktop, butcher block-topped island and ample room for a breakfast table. The crown molding on the cabinetry and Windsor-style chairs offer charm to match the era of this Old Greenwich, Conn., seaside home, which was built in 1895.
This simple dining area designed by Emily Henderson for Secrets From a Stylist features a drop-leaf table and black Windsor chairs. Black-and-white toile wallpaper sets a traditional backdrop to the space.