This dainty metal tin is a beautiful way to decorate dorm room counter space while creating a storage space for small trinkets and jewelry. The rich green coloring pops against the white wall and light wood table.
A square vessel sink leaves ample counter space on this pale wood vanity. The drawers and cabinets are decorative yet minimal with a handcrafted appeal. The slim countertop coordinates with the neutral tiled walls to complete the look.
The sleek design of this kitchen pairs dark wood cabinetry with orange walls and bright white countertops. Floor to ceiling storage ensures that the counter space remains clear. A small tile backsplash complements the orange walls. A row of cushioned bar stools are lined below the light countertop. A muddled glass panel adds a unique decoration and texture to the smooth look of the room.
If you’re decorating your counters with several similar color tones, it’s important to add interest with textures and size. This large coral piece and wooden bowl make a beautiful display, and the bowl is a great place for sponges, soaps and other spare toiletries for guests.
White walls and natural wood finish give this butcher shop a light and inviting look. Polished glass covered meat counters and built in shelving display organized products for easy viewing. Recessed lighting keeps the room bright while a trio of pendant lights add a warm glow and decorative detail.
Take your pick, or do all of these things in one weekend. Add comfort and style to plain metal or wooden bar stools by crafting cushions, like these in a beachy blue. Then, attach them using double-sided Velcro, says Atlanta designer Robin LaMonte. For the island top, she purchased a wood trough at a discount home store and filled it with decorative balls from a craft store. You also could wrap styrofoam balls in assorted textiles, securing the fabric with a glue gun.