White walls keep this living room design feeling open and bright. A cozy white sofa is decorated with a colorful throw and trio of pillows. A rich turquoise rug adds additional vivid color tot he room. A wood stump stool features a gold painted finish adding a metallic accent and complimenting the gold sheen of the coffee table.
Cousins John Colaneri and Anthony Carrino added a rustic chic breakfast bar behind the new oven in this contemporary kitchen. Soft faux sheepskins cover old wooden stools for a cool and comfortable look, as seen on HGTV's Cousins Undercover.
This light and bright kitchen features a spacious island lined with blue and white woven wooden stools and industrial pendant lights overhead. Glass front cabinets showcase neatly arranged dish ware, while marble countertops and and a white backsplash
Sometimes we don't think of wood as color, but look at how these bar stools pop with vibrance in this modern, neutral kitchen! Against a backdrop of white and gray, the natural tones of the wood are the real art in the space, which feels clean cut and grown up.
The floating-style table seats up to four comfortably. By keeping the space below open, there’s ample leg room for four guests to spread out. Dan constructed the table from reclaimed wood, sanded it until smooth and gave it a new finish with a wax treatment.
A sleek wood vanity with a gray stone countertop is featured in a spacious, modern gray bathroom. A small brown stool is a lovely compliment that offers a comfortable seat while getting ready. An eclectic pendant light is a unique accessory.
This minimalist kitchen features a spacious white island with wood and metal stools. A marble backsplash lines the wall behind the stove, while brushed nickel hardware and fixtures add finishing touches.
This contemporary kitchen mixes multiple wood elements -- cabinets, island, chairs and shelves -- to bring a homey feel to the space. The island is a stand-out item, with modern stools standing near the breakfast bar. Stone floors and white walls work to brighten the room.
The flowing custom wooden bench separates the formal dining area from a casual dining spot, designed with small, round wooden stools and a glass tripod table. Mismatched pillows with natural colors and birds add both comfort and color to this rustic dining oasis.
There's no way to look past the eye-catching art at the heart of this dining room. The piece brings color and vibrancy to an otherwise-neutral design scheme. Industrial-style barn doors and lockers bookend either side of the space; each is utilitarian and art in and of itself. Using stools for dining chairs means more seating space: It's easier to cram more of them under a table, as they tend to be smaller than traditional chairs.