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Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Eclectic Farm House
Ideabooks3,744
Questions3
I love a unique eclectic style.
This homeowner — an artist and sheep farmer in Massachusetts — didn't hold back in her home's decor. Bright chartreuse walls, handmade wallpaper and eclectic details cover every available surface in this amazing home.
ColorThis homeowner — an artist and sheep farmer in Massachusetts — didn't hold back in her home's decor. Bright chartreuse walls, handmade wallpaper and eclectic details cover every available surface in this amazing home.
“color” — lundpatty
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Nicole Crowder Photography
1 Review
Interiors
Ideabooks1,959
Questions4
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I like the round table and eclectic design
Eclectic Style
“Blackboard wall” — fayeqah
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Eclectic Farm House
Ideabooks1,463
Questions3
Eclectic Farm House
Clean eclectic style kitchen
Cheery eclectic...Eclectic colour
“Underlay sink with grates” — jacqasht
Cynthia Mason Interiors
1 Review
show house dining room
Ideabooks5,390
Questions11
rooms eclectic
“Green is great!” — mmoutes
Universal Developing
6 Reviews
Interior Remodel
Ideabooks1,061
Questions3
The eclectic look and mix of light light colours
eclectic, painted stools against wood floor & counter, and lacquered cabinets w/asymmetrical handles
Eclectic and I like it.
“Yellow walls, green and blue cabinets with cream accent hues” — bobbike
Knight Construction Design | Chanhassen, Minnesota
17 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks3,184
Questions4
Late-20th-century French eclectic mansard. A subtype of Second Empire style descended into early 20th-century American homebuilding, defined by a steeply pitched roof enclosing a second
level and a nearly flat-hipped top portion. Late-20th-century builders very loosely interpreted its predecessors by creating mansard-roofed French eclectic-style houses such as this one. Cleverly remodeled to add a classically inspired entrance porch, this handsome house now appears elegant and comfortable
Late-20th-century French eclectic mansard. A subtype of Second Empire style descended into early 20th-century American homebuilding, defined by a steeply pitched roof enclosing a second level and a nearly flat-hipped top portion. Late-20th-century builders very loosely interpreted its predecessors by
“Square box.....less expensive to build.” — whopkins
Eclectic Living Room
Ideabooks528
Questions2
Folding screen in a corner, eclectic living room.
Eclectic Living Room
Eclectic living
“Everything” — rachael_saves_hyrule
Sean Gaston
Marrakesh Designer Showcase House
Ideabooks316
Questions1
modern. eclectic.
“Brown Jordan Calcutta” — ltmenke
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