Guys' Paradise Pad

Host Joan Steffend and designer Beth Solberg give a living and dining room full of mismatched hand-me-down furniture a contemporary, masculine look perfect for poker night.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe old owners had a Parisian theme in their home that doesn't fit with Greg's style preferences.
First-time homeowner Greg Matthews worked really hard to buy his own town home at age 25. It's all good, except the existing décor. Greg has a lot of leftover furniture from his family that doesn't quite match and isn't his style. In the dining area, the previous owner had a Parisian theme with red, blue and yellow walls. But Greg isn't a Parisian-type of guy. He would like his living and dining rooms to reflect the young, urban, poker-playing, masculine guy he is. Since he doesn't use the dining room for eating, only for poker, he'd like it to have a more card-friendly atmosphere.