178,182 eclectic furnishings Home Design Photos

Sarah Phipps Design
Shack Attack
materials and furnishings for the kitchen (with the exception of the refrigerator); labor for the installation and plumbing and electrical updates took up the rest of her budget. Rugs: Target; flooring: Polar White Speckle Vinyl, Armstrong; cabinet color: Bath Salts, Benjamin Moore; wallpaper: Daydream, Hygge
“Island, rugs” — amygmonroe
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
Adeeni Design Group
10 Reviews
Union Square West
spectacularly eclectic.
fixture (not furnishings...)
“loooooooveeee this setup” — dimples928
Renewal Design-Build
12 Reviews
“lamp, chair and pillow” — wsarens
RWA Architects
Dining Room
home was furnished by the owner and we do not have information on where they purchased the items. Sorry!
Decor Eclectic Style Ceiling
“Clerestory windows.” — nesymons
Senate Square Funky Living Room
art plus eclectic look
well furnished
“Green couch” — Jamie Tervort
Wettling Architects
6 Reviews
Upper West Side Apartment
furnishing small spaces
“Bench against the wall” — embertimbre
Anna Looper
Front Porch Makeover Summer 2010
Eclectic mix of furnishings. Painted wall
Eclectic outdoor area
“Plant stand” — mdcone76
In Detail Interiors
10 Reviews
Bayou Kitchen
study in eclectic contrasts. The client loves modern design yet still wanted to blend a bit of her southern traditional heritage into the overall feel of her new home. The goal and challenge was to combine functionality in a large space with unique details that spoke to the client’s love of artisitic creativity
of the furnishings. The client did not want or need a large range as we planned a second ancillary oven for the pantry/laundry space around the corner. When I pointed out the capacity of the Wolf 36 inch range was actually larger than a 30 inch oven, it sealed the deal for only one oven in the main
blend of eclectic materials. Along the left side cabinetry where the cabinets die into the wall, we chose to run the calcutta gold marble 4x16 stone up the wall and utilize thick glass shelves for some visual interest in this corner. Also, this corner would be tough to access with doors. I liked the prep
“Bathroom lihts” — bluecloverhill
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