59 homeowners Eclectic Family Room Design Photos

Don F. Wong
Private residence
Ideabooks5,158
Questions2
A garage transformation into a 1950s diner. These homeowners had their simple garage space transformed into a full-blown 1950s style diner. A black and white checked floor replaces standard concrete, and shiny
2. A transformation into a 1950s diner. These homeowners had their simple garage space transformed into a full-blown 1950s style diner. A black and white checked floor replaces standard concrete, and shiny red vinyl booths were installed against one wall. The setup is completed with a burger bar at the
There are collectors, and then there are serious collectors. This homeowner transformed a large garage into a Coca-Cola-themed '50s diner.
2. A transformation into a 1950s dinerThese homeowners had their simple garage space transformed into a full-blown 1950s-style diner. A black-and-white checked floor replaces standard concrete, and shiny
“cool!” — mella2525
Incorporated
Bohemian Apartment Study
Ideabooks3,683
Questions5
When the renovation started, homeowner Kelly Black came to Stuart with a box of wallpapers she had been collecting and a burning question: Can you do anything with them? Stuart pored through Black's collection and started with an Orla Kiely print. "We showed her a rendering for the library that was quite
host to an incredible array of colorful accents. This office, covered in Orla Kiely wallpaper, is just the tip of the iceberg. Houzzers loved the homeowners' fearless style, beautiful blue lacquered piano and modern custom playroom.
When the redesign started, homeowner Kelly Black came to Stuart with a box of wallpapers she had been collecting and a burning question: Can you do anything with them? Stuart pored through
“Funky” — alli_tatz
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Dana Worlock
Ideabooks2,410
Questions7
Long, open spaces like this one can be tough to furnish, but these homeowners used color to create continuity in this 1940s farmhouse. Here preppy stripes work as a neutral pattern, weaving in the sunny hue from the patterned
Long, open spaces like this one can be tough to furnish, but these homeowners used color to create continuity in this 1940s farmhouse. Here preppy stripes work as a neutral pattern, weaving in the sunny hue from the patterned
“Like the clean lines in the furniture and art” — nandmalways
Maureen Rivard
7 Reviews
Maureen Rivard
Ideabooks6,617
Questions9
Uniquely rustic. This very creative homeowner used a salvaged doorframe to create lambrequins. The frame was cut in two to create a pair that flanks the focal window. Style tip: Adding the rustic
“Window frame” — cclayton91
Sheila Singer Staging & Design
4 Reviews
Yarmouth-Staging Project
Ideabooks0
Questions0
homeowner's furniture
rxsun
glimpse into my home
Ideabooks1,378
Questions1
This clever homeowner uses a candelabra to hold both candles and lucky bamboo, with great results
This clever homeowner uses a candelabra to hold both candles and lucky bamboo, with great results.
“Plants” — Jade Shuyi
Fraley and Company
10 Reviews
Wine country kitchen/family room
Ideabooks8,068
Questions11
Thanks for your question! The homeowner had that long before the remodel, it used to sit on his previous wood stove. I would check some cast iron manufacturers such as Lodge- http://www.lodgemfg.com/
“++++” — ironangel4
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
Showcase 2011 - Artist's Retreat
Ideabooks4,056
Questions9
This carpet was brought in by the homeowners. I do not have adequate records for where this came from. I apologize.
“Ceiling” — teridorta
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