Simple details like the finish of your linens help set the tone of your dining space. This round table and antique chairs are covered in simple linen and checked fabrics. A dainty scalloped edge on the chairs and table topper adds a decorative touch.
Supplement your family pieces with furniture found at antique and secondhand stores. This homeowner wanted a modern contrast, so he had the flea market find barrel chairs commercially sprayed in a light driftwood color. The color contrasts against the dark oak of his great-grandfather’s dining table and sideboard.
A pair of matching side tables is a terrific alternative to a traditional coffee table. They still give the illusion of a single table but can be pulled apart and used separately when necessary. This is a great option for small spaces that need versatile pieces of furniture.
With an off-center window in a small room, the designer added curtains to lengthen the space. Keeping everything in neutral tones except the touches of blue on the bed makes the room feel airy.
If you need people’s eyes to be drawn above immediately they enter the kitchen, a chandelier is what you need. In fact, you can use a chandelier to set the kitchen island apart from the rest of the kitchen. The design is essential when choosing a good chandelier. It needs...
A window-filled alcove in this beach house functions like a dining room with a casual table, two slipcovered end chairs, and a pillow-topped banquette. The built-in bench and wall of windows make this small space seem much larger. Two vintage light fixtures hung with nautical rope instead of standard chains...
While still a table that can anchor a space, a tray table offers something that a traditional coffee table can’t. If you entertain on a regular basis a tray table can be a wise purchase. Just make sure it’s not so heavy that you can’t easily lift it and carry...
Is your living room feeling a bland? Fear not, the answer could be in a single item. The right statement piece can work as an anchor and set the tone for the entire room. Just don’t go overboard when you're trying to liven things up. One eye-catching item per room...
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