176 homeowners Eclectic Living Room Design Photos

Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
REX
Ideabooks1,682
Questions2
Buddy could do this Reupholster vintage chairs with burlap sacks and blue jeans. From the same creative Portland homeowner who hung the map in the last photo, here is a great budget-friendly upholstery material: old blue jeans and burlap coffee bean sacks. Start saving
Reupholster vintage chairs with burlap sacks and blue jeans. From the same creative Portland homeowner who hung the map in the last photo, here is a great budget-friendly upholstery material: old blue jeans and burlap coffee bean sacks. Start saving
Reupholster vintage chairs with burlap sacks and blue jeans. From the same creative Portland homeowner who hung the map in the last photo, here is a great budget-friendly upholstery material: old blue jeans and burlap coffee bean sacks. Start saving
“chairs” — clark1260
Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
8 Reviews
Billie and Ruby's place
Ideabooks484
Questions0
4-Drawer Roll-Away Homeowner Tool Chest
“Colors” — queenbri94
Ryland Peters & Small | CICO Books
Flea Market Chic
Ideabooks10,669
Questions10
has a simple natural and soothing look. The antique armchair was reupholstered in a soft linen, and the pillows are all made from fabric that the homeowner has collected over the years. The unique coffee table is an African drum, and the little cupboard in the fireplace was an old Indian refrigerator
you're flea market friendly, it's worthwhile to rethink the way you'd normally use an object. Tip: Sometimes older pieces just aren't practical. This homeowner wanted the look of older cupboards but knew that they'd be too small to hold what she needed. Instead, new cabinets were outfitted with older doors
While modern homeowners often prefer open plan living, there is a lot to be said for separate rooms for separate activities. This lovely room has the proportions of a modest
“center table” — juliaedelman
Lisa Nieschlag "Liz & Jewels"
Remodeling house in Germany
Ideabooks306
Questions0
Cool, small staircase! (in Germany) --The homeowners opened up their roof and added a dormer to bring more fresh air into the first floor. A slim staircase leads from the first floor to the attic.
The homeowners opened up their roof and added a dormer to bring more fresh air into the first floor. A slim staircase leads from the first floor to the attic.
The homeowners opened up their roof and added a dormer to bring more fresh air into the first floor. A slim staircase leads from the first
“the.book shelf... space economy” — tcassis
Chris Jovanelly Interior Design
13 Reviews
Living room
Ideabooks2,527
Questions7
By contrast, you can see how this homeowner chose to partially cover the windows, even though there was plenty of room for stack. It’s all a question of personal taste, and there usually is
By contrast, you can see how this homeowner chose to partially cover the windows, even though there was plenty of room for stack. It’s all a question of personal taste, and there usually is
“coffee table” — smillerfsu
Joi
Eclectic Living Room with Pops of Color
Ideabooks27,036
Questions17
This homeowner chose Perfect Greige 6073 by Sherwin Williams, which doesn't detract from her great furniture finds.
This homeowner chose Perfect Greige 6073 by Sherwin Williams, which doesn't detract from her great furniture finds.
“Colors” — ishanika1
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Fort Worth, TX: Mike & Ann Williams
Ideabooks608
Questions3
Comments by homeowner
“Rug” — longoriab
KuDa Photography
1 Review
Living room
Ideabooks1,328
Questions3
Houzz contributor Fred Albert crowd-sourced 300 homeowners to admit the biggest design mistakes that they have made in their homes. One of the the most popular responses was deciding to paint a room yellow
“yellow walls” — sdlucy
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