25,018 lighted Eclectic Home Design Photos

Cecilie Starin Design Inc.
7 Reviews
Pacific Heights Georgian Mansion
Ideabooks2,415
Questions5
vinegar for a few days in an airtight container, then strain the vinegar well for a dark tan stain. Apply several coats to the wood using a foam brush, lightly sanding between coats.
vinegar for a few days in an airtight container, then strain the vinegar well for a dark tan stain. Apply several coats to the wood using a foam brush, lightly sanding between coats.
“fig tree” — smynx2662
shelley morris interiors
12 Reviews
Marin County, CA Estate
Ideabooks748
Questions3
Freshen patios and porches. The lengthening days never fail to draw people outdoors onto porches, patios and decks to savor the longer-lasting light. Make sure your outdoor spaces are ready for the season by cleaning away cobwebs and leaves, washing floors and refreshing outdoor furniture.
The light airy feel.
“Option for replacing stones on deck” — klappera
Tamar Schechner/Nest Pretty Things Inc
Living room
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An alternative in rooms without much natural light
with the butterfly pillow remind us to slow down, grab a book and settle into a big, cozy reading chair. Tamar Schechner embraces all colors in her light-infused home, which is made all the more lively by her ample inclusion of plants.
“Love the colors, prints & eclectic style of this room” — Divine NY & Co.
Eclectic Living Room
Ideabooks434
Questions0
This shows Scandinavian by the Light white birch wood and how the wood is curved on the clock
spice up your holiday party this year? Get inspired by Scandinavian traditions and serve spiced cookies along with warm glogg instead of eggnog, or light real candles on the tree — just be sure to use a fresh tree and have someone standing by to douse flames if need be! (See more safety tips here.)
“Kotoisasti Kartanotyyliin!” — Petra Erkko
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: My Houzz
Ideabooks1,095
Questions3
all the essentials you need. But to really do it up right, I advise surrounding yourself with favorite books, fresh flowers, good music and twinkle lights or candles. Then grab a mug of hot tea and get to work.
all the essentials you need. But to really do it up right, I advise surrounding yourself with favorite books, fresh flowers, good music and twinkle lights or candles. Then grab a mug of hot tea and get to work.
“IKEA bookshelves in living room and colors” — ninnifer
Lola Nova
coop
Ideabooks2,403
Questions0
use hardware cloth instead of plywood sides for more open, light yet still secure.
backyard. You will learn about the practicality and legality of raising animals in cities, as well as get tips on feeding, sheltering and slaughtering. Light snacks will be provided; bring your own lunch. Cost: $35; 18 Reasons and SPUR members $25Hours: 11 a.m.–2 p.m.More design events: April 19–May 20, 2012
“it is simple and smart” — rumbigwaze
Le Michelle Nguyen
Houzz Tour: Marie-eve and Mike
Ideabooks120
Questions0
Storage shelves, driftwood coffee table, banquette-couch, light and air and modern traditionalism. Color, too.
to read to Theo on their banquette couch. That’s their cat, Penny, lounging on the coffee table. The room is often flooded with gorgeous afternoon light, which warms the entire first floor of the house. “My advice to any first-time homeowner is to try to salvage and update what is already there if you
“shelves, furniture, rug.” — aklyon21
Megan
Small Space
Ideabooks2,288
Questions5
sheer voile over window, lets in light
A pair of semi-sheer curtains will allow plenty of light in (important in a small space), while still providing privacy.
“Chair + picture arrangement” — iancoffey100
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