6,404 Eclectic Family Room Design Photos

Jason Ball Interiors, LLC
18 Reviews
Cooper Mountain
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Continuing the theme, the living room is made up of a red, pink and gray. The Amy Butler area rug sets the stage for a room like no other. Contemporary sofas flank a coffee table by Brent Comber. The contemporary wing-back chairs are covered in French-inspired fabrics. Mexican white pebbles and tiles create an inspired fireplace surround. Photography by John Valls
“Built ins” — kateblond
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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Susan E. Brown Interior Design
15 Reviews
North Oaks, Minnesota
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In this remarkable architecturally designed home, the owners were craving a drastic change from the neutral decor they had been living with for 15 years. The goal was to infuse a lot of intense color while incorporating, and eloquently displaying, a fabulous art collection acquired on their many travels. Photography by Lisa M. Bond.
“rug” — vaishuben
Esther Hershcovich
My Houzz: Lior and Shiri: Moshav Misgav Dov
Ideabooks414
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Photo: Esther Hershcovic © 2013 Houzz
“Different boom case idea” — apowelka
A.Clore Interiors
16 Reviews
Turtle Trail Residence
Ideabooks157
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Designer: Amber Clore, A.Clore Interiors Photos: Simo Drissi Photography
“colors” — Polly Reynolds
Giambastiani Design
1 Review
Family Room
Ideabooks91
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Family Rm Bradley M Jones
“Basement cabinet” — carolynsims1
The Golden Triangle
3 Reviews
Golden Triangle Room Scenes
Ideabooks44
Questions0
“地下室” — hilosa
Tenhulzen Residential
2 Reviews
Task Desk
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Computer station and lockable file drawer are centralized in the primary living space without sacrificing kitchen storage.
Louie Leu Architect, Inc.
1 Review
Atherton "Kasbah"
Ideabooks121
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Created for entertainment, Moroccan themes are playfully implemented. Original Moroccan artifacts, rich textures and materials were meticulously assembled. The two story 'Kasbah' includes a dance studio and performance theater in the basement, a great room, kitchen and bar on the main level. Slide-away doors open the great room to the rear yard for an indoor/outdoor ambiance.
“theme carried into bathrooms” — Cicely Mitchell
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