257 Calm Eclectic Living Design Photos

Holly Marder
The home of Romy and Ilya
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for a room filled with pops of pastels. The living space shown here manages to feel calm — even though a range of hues is used — thanks to the light wooden furniture and white paint.
Love the chairs, and the calmness!
of white space. White walls and floors create a serene envelope for a room filled with pops of pastels. The living space shown here manages to feel calm — even though a range of hues is used — thanks to the light wooden furniture and white paint.
of white space. White walls and floors create a serene envelope for a room filled with pops of pastels. The living space shown here manages to feel calm — even though a range of hues is used — thanks to the light wooden furniture and white paint.
“Pastels don't have to be traditional! They can be beautifully modern like in this stunning living ro” — Legrand, North America
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Geoffrey Bradfield Inc.
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Another calm, traditional room with a surprising jolt: this time, larger-than-life guests dressed for a salon.
3. Another calm, traditional room with a surprising jolt: this time, larger-than-life guests dressed for
“Mural” — dcmoses
Louise de Miranda
A perfectly pale interior with Nordic influences
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sitting room to create a more open space.Comfort and charm are important to the couple. Natural textures and pale hues set the interior’s tone, creating a calm and cozy feel. Pillow with trees: Fine Little Day
sitting room to create a more open space.Comfort and charm are important to the couple. Natural textures and pale hues set the interior’s tone, creating a calm and cosy feel. Pillow with trees: Fine Little Day
“I love the sofa” — b_3_to
Allison Jaffe Interior Design LLC
31 Reviews
LINDENWOOD CIRCLE
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Brio Photography Winner of ASID 2010 ASID Design Excellence Awards
“Sofa, bowl” — sanibelsusan
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
8 Reviews
Bold dramatic statements
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Green (avocado, kelly, grass, etc.) is a secondary color with harmonious emotional content. Green draws life from yellow, while blue lends a calming effect. One of the only unanimous forms of beauty is nature; green is the predominant color in nature — commonly regarded as the ideal color, carrying
4. Green (avocado, kelly, grass, etc.) is a secondary color with harmonious emotional content. Green draws life from yellow, while blue lends a calming effect. One of the only unanimous forms of beauty is nature; green is the predominant color in nature — commonly regarded as the ideal color, carrying
“Love the room. Well done.” — debsra
Terrat Elms Interior Design
5 Reviews
Cambridge Victorian
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calming colors
calm grey and purple
“Cool” — moose42
Christy Dillard Kratzer
3 Reviews
showhouse
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“Paint pick: Quaint Peche 6330 by Sherwin Williams Pale pink wall, calm
Pale pink. This is the perfect pink to use when you want to create a feeling of calm and elegance in a space. Paint pick: Quaint Peche 6330 by Sherwin Williams
“wall color, lamp” — Marian Gottlieb
Shannon Malone
Living Room
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"I stuck to three to four colors to keep it calm and simple," Stacey says. "I mainly use greens, whites, creams and chocolates." She loves how the neutral tones and white walls set the scene for her decor, art and furniture.The majority of paint throughout the home is custom-mixed Benjamin Moore.Leather
“Interesting architectural elements Mantle” — andreaschielka
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