Plenty of floor space allows all the furniture pieces to be highlighted in this transitional dining area. An elegant chandelier hangs over the traditional wooden dining table. Contemporary metal chairs surround the table, adding an industrial influence to the space. Dark hardwood floors contrast the light walls and white coffered ceiling.
High, exposed ceilings automatically make this 700-square-foot apartment seem much larger. HGTV fan rbaby separated the bedroom from the living room and dining area with a cubicle bookshelf. The look not only provides additional storage but gives the bedroom some privacy from the rest of the space. Tip: Spice up a small studio with a vibrant focal wall in red or orange.
White Modern Living Room that Opens to Outdoor Porch and Pool
The outdoors leap in -- and vice versa -- in this stunning midcentury modern home. Large glass doors slide aside to open an entire wall between the patio and living room. The white and neutral tones in the comfortably decorated room allow the colors of the lawn, shrubs and pool to be the vibrancy in the space.
Beach House Living Room with Large Windows and Doors Leading to an Outdoor Area
This beach house living room is at once formal and comfortable, due in part to the large windows and doors that bring in the beautiful scenery. Contemporary and traditional furniture is mixed, creating an eclectic room that also feels well balanced. A gorgeous chandelier crowns the room and draws the eye to the uniquely arched ceilings
Modern White Dining Room with Long Glass Dining Table and Gray-toned Hardwood Floors
While modern and streamlined, this dining area still has a beach house feel, due to the large sliding glass doors that open up to the pool and expansive lawn just beyond. Clean-lined furniture and accessories allow the art in the room to pop with impact. White dishes and table linens never go out of style.
Formal Dining Room with Herringbone Wood Ceiling and Red Patterned Oriental Rug
This formal dining room has a regal air, and features many unique and gorgeous design elements. The herringbone-patterned ceiling is a real stand-out that creates a rich, complex feel. A large Oriental-style rug provides a beautiful texture and color to the space. The arched portal reflects the home's Mediterranean style.
Beach House Family Room with Large Doors that Open Fully to the Outdoor Porch
This beach house living room brings the outdoors in -- and the indoors out! Special features include the massive folding glass doors and beamed ceilings. A multitude of seating options create a perfect spot for a party.
Vibrant jewel tones fill this living area with energy. The boldly patterned armchairs in the living room pull in the beautiful green walls of the adjacent dining room. Bright red accents are lively punctuations to the scene.
Keeping with the natural color palette of the desert environment, this corner of the main salon hides a wet bar featuring hand carved wood. Turning what could be an ordinary and purely functional part of the room into a design feature is a selection of art and accessories that ranges from black and white photographs to charcoal drawings, along with a selection of bones, statues and jewelry. Together they help to accent the desert motif and the world-traveling vibe of the space.