1,259 balanced Eclectic Home Design Photos

Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
Ideabooks5,860
Questions3
the use of black in the utilitarian pieces. The balance is almost perfect. It reminds me of something Coco Chanel said about accessorizing: “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing off.” In design, know when to stop.
working for you, then find a new home for it (maybe in a different room). The unifying theme here is the use of black in the utilitarian pieces. The balance is almost perfect. It reminds me of something Coco Chanel said about accessorizing: “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing
The unifying theme here is the use of black in the utilitarian pieces. The balance is almost perfect. It reminds me of something Coco Chanel said about accessorizing: “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing
“Tv” — yubey1118
MJ Lanphier
5 Reviews
MJ Lanphier
Ideabooks2,078
Questions8
This is another example of asymmetrical balance and it creates a very cluttered mood.
Asymmetrical Balance. This room is asymmetrical balance because they are opposite chairs on either side of the table. This room is bright and happy.
Balance Asymmetrical: The objects placed on the table are off-setting the room. To balance this out and make this room asymmetrical, the red chair is placed on the opposite side of the table.” “framework
Asymmetrically Balanced: the chairs and decorations are all different
Balance Asymmetrical: The objects placed on the table are off-setting the room. To balance this out and make this room asymmetrical, the red chair is placed on the opposite side of the table.
“Love how these framed frames are also shelves!” — Armand Lee & Company, LTD
Maxine Schnitzer Photography
6 Reviews
Living Rooms
Ideabooks2,663
Questions6
Shadowbox Moulding The trim/wall color is Sherwin Williams SW7037 Balanced Beige
Molding looks great in this balanced beige!
The trim/wall color is Sherwin Williams SW7037 Balanced Beige
Balanced beige SW-7037
Paint balanced beige sw
SW7037 Balanced Beige by Sherwin-Williams
Balanced beige
“wing chair” — alisannf
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Billy Goodnick
5 Reviews
Osito Garden
Ideabooks346
Questions0
Balance your planting scheme. Good design is balanced design, referring to the perceived visual weight of a composition. Balance doesn’t need to be boring, however. Think of a childhood seesaw, a fulcrum, that is balanced with regard to weight by having an adult
Billy GoodnickSaveEmail Balance your planting scheme. Good design is balanced design, referring to the perceived visual weight of a composition. Balance doesn’t need to be boring, however. Think of a childhood seesaw, a fulcrum, that is balanced with regard to weight by having an adult
The garden composition shown here works well on several levels. The wildly textural mass of asparagus fern (Asparagus densiflorus, zones 9 to 11) on the right is balanced by the large-leaved leopard plant (Farfugium japonicum ‘Au
“i like the ferns and the ground cover and the pavers” — pbobrow
Joi
Living Room Gallery Wall
Ideabooks4,481
Questions12
pillow pattern & match on each chair gives some balance to a room that has many other things going on
BALANCE: Among other things, repetition gives balance to a room. Look at this living area. A lot of mixing is going on: mixed metals, mixed patterns and mixed textures. Don't you
geometrics? But the repetition of the matching chairs — with their matching pillows — gives the room equilibrium, balance.
Balance. I love that reading light, the photo display and the painted furniture.
matching chairs — with their matching pillows — gives the room equilibrium, balance.
The room looks balanced symmetrically, and does not have anything that really unbalances it. It is
Among other things, repetition gives balance to a room. Look at this living area. A lot of mixing is going on: mixed metals, mixed patterns and mixed textures. Don't you love the juxtaposition
“color” — bigbenlomond
Domicile Interior Design
1 Review
Astoria Guest Retreat
Ideabooks26,134
Questions25
wall paper are your best sources. Solid color panels are also pretty. Its the full length look behind the two side tables that give it symmetry and balance, as opposed to the singular wall treatment many use above the bed.
Hollywood Regency touches, but symmetry balances it all. symmetry.
In the bedroom above, each side contains the exact same bedside table, lamp, and wall panels. Mirroring furniture and accessories in this symmetrical fashion is the easiest way to create balance.
fun and unique to accessorize your room. Table lamps on bedside tables or nightstands is a classic option that provides a good sense of symmetry and balance to a room.
“Fabric” — kaykayof3
Etica Studio
The Recycled House - Bedford, WA
Ideabooks557
Questions1
Conscious of balancing the warmth of the exposed brick and timber, Carla chose to paint the back wall in a cooler shade. She chose a midnight-blue hue to define the living zone.
The living area is at the back of the open space. Carla painted the back wall in a cooler shade to balance the warmth of
The living area lies at the back of the open-plan space. Conscious of balancing the warmth of the exposed brick and timber, Carla chose to paint the back wall in a cooler shade. She chose a midnight-blue hue to define the living
“don't really like the room so much but love the combination of colours, the sort of teal wall, the r” — tannithp
Jeffers Design Group
1 Review
Jay Jeffers Home + Cavalier
Ideabooks8,819
Questions9
Look for balance. Interior designer Jay Jeffers knows his way around an accessory! I like the way he used the sculpture to balance the lamp on the console table here, and the art grouping to balance the tall photograph and help bridge the distance between the furniture and the ceiling in what is obviously
“grouping” — lesliefoster
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