170,528 Eclectic Home Design Photos

Eclectic design has an intentionally collected, curated feel. An eclectic home mixes family treasures, found items and big-box-store purchases to create a one-of-a-kind, personalized space. This category pulls from multiple styles, eras and color palettes; for example, eclectic decor can effortlessly combine vintage wallpaper, modern art and a traditional chesterfield sofa all in the same space. Eclectic style doesn’t play by the rules, which makes it difficult to replicate but fairly easy to identify.
Hilary Walker
Dallas, TX: Bri and Trey Denton
Ideabooks29,806
Questions6
Photo: Hilary Walker © 2013 Houzz
“Bedside table” — aleweser
Nick Pancheau, AIA
3 Reviews
Grain Bin Residence
Ideabooks556
Questions2
Photo credit: Louis Habeck
“Island idea” — amarash
Hopkins Designs
4 Reviews
Bohemian Bunkroom
Ideabooks100K
Questions22
This room is a converted attic space. The platform holds two full size mattresses. Behind the bed is a ledge. The fronts of the ledge are hinged to use as storage and also to access the plugs on the wall.
“Kids room” — cmejia77
The Cross Interior Design
Ravenwoods Drive
Ideabooks28,747
Questions8
“Sienna room” — raisajade
Kate Davidson Design Inc
5 Reviews
Kate Davidson Design Inc
Ideabooks4,400
Questions12
Rustic Chic Master Bedroom
“Lake” — kellytshields
Cassidy Hughes Interior Design & Styling
2 Reviews
Bathroom
Ideabooks10,803
Questions6
Encaustic tiles with bespoke backlit feature. Morgan Hill-Murphy
“Tiles and color” — bklynvalb
Kristin Peake Interiors, LLC
2 Reviews
Eclectic Bedroom
Ideabooks81,840
Questions47
“deco” — chloeteng13
Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer
2 Reviews
Wine Country Great Room
Ideabooks791
Questions2
“Used milk paint” — Susan DeFelice
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DC Closet Storage & organization design and installation
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Washington DC Interior Designer
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Eclectic design has an intentionally collected, curated feel. An eclectic home mixes family treasures, found items and big-box-store purchases to create a one-of-a-kind, personalized space. This category pulls from multiple styles, eras and color palettes; for example, eclectic decor can effortlessly combine vintage wallpaper, modern art and a traditional chesterfield sofa all in the same space. Eclectic style doesn’t play by the rules, which makes it difficult to replicate but fairly easy to identify.
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