6,323 about Eclectic Home Design Photos

Upholstery Club's Shelly Leer
1 Review
Plumbing Pipe Solar Globe Lamps
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to drive the three ¾-inch plumbing pipes into your yard. Be careful not to distort the threaded ends. I wanted the lights at different levels and about 3 to 4 inches apart when the globes were installed.
hammer to drive the three ¾-inch plumbing pipes into your yard. Be careful not to distort the threaded ends. I wanted the lights at different levels and about 3 to 4 inches apart when the globes were installed.
“solar post photo 7” — elianne47
Jennifer Young
Channer Residence
Ideabooks2,275
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the leafy print on the duvet cover here), one small scale (like the pattern on the pillowcases), and one solid (as on the round cushion). See more about how to mix patterns
the leafy print on the duvet cover here), one small scale (like the pattern on the pillowcases), and one solid (as on the round cushion). See more about how to mix patterns
“Shelves and decoration” — aescens
Julie Ranee Photography
MM Flea Market Style
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neighbors, relaxing with a lemonade on a hot day and waiting for the school bus. Decorating lessons from Munk's porch: Let people get to know a bit about you through your decorating before they even reach the front door. And if you have a front porch, use it for yourself and share it with the neighbors
neighbors, relaxing with a lemonade on a hot day and waiting for the school bus. Decorating lessons from Munk's porch: Let people get to know a bit about you through your decorating before they even reach the front door. And if you have a front porch, use it for yourself and share it with the neighbors
“garden” — joanie1002
Jennifer Bishop Design
6 Reviews
Russian Doll Themed Birthday Party
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printed side of the doll's head will face the front of the bag; the unprinted cardstock will lie down the back. 5.Use a hole punch to make two holes about an inch apart through paper, cardstock and the top of the bag. Pull a ribbon though the holes from the back and tie a bow in front to finish off your
The printed side of the doll's head will face the front of the bag; the unprinted cardstock will lie down the back.Use a hole punch to make two holes about an inch apart through paper, cardstock and the top of the bag. Pull a ribbon though the holes from the back and tie a bow in front to finish off your
“cereal, goldfish favors” — andclem
jenn_ramage
jenn's new digs
Ideabooks1,116
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employed to great effect in this design. They are easy to transport, and they certainly make closing up for the season a cinch. (But let's not think about that just yet...we're just getting started!)
employed to great effect in this design. They are easy to transport, and they certainly make closing up for the season a cinch. (But let's not think about that just yet...we're just getting started!)
“Tile flooring” — Cammie Williams
Holly Marder
My Houzz: Eclectic Amsterdam Apartment
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Baden, the former showroom of the iconic Dutch designer Piet Boon, whose style combines modern elements with sustainable materials. “I learned a lot about styling from my colleagues and was highly influenced by Piet Boon's symmetrical style. I have since tried to let go of that a bit in order to create
“Sectional” — bluemom1234
Danenberg Design
7 Reviews
Danenberg Design
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up and find a little silver man parachuting from the ceiling. It may be rare that people look above, but when they do, give them something to laugh about.
up and find a little silver man parachuting from the ceiling. It may be rare that people look above, but when they do, give them something to laugh about.
“lighting” — donnad11
Shannon Malone
My Houzz: Santa Cruz Artist Shares Vintage, Creative Home
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CE:Nothing about this unkept locale or decaying furnishings, appeals.
couldn’t care less what shape your house is in, or if you can cook a magnificent dinner. Focus on the joy of sharing a lovely evening with people you care about, and don’t be afraid to delegate tasks — ask a friend with great taste in music to bring a playlist, or pick up fabulous appetizers from a local restaurant
“Sillas” — gacm007
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