8,133 Eclectic Los Angeles Home Design Photos

Eclectic rooms mix family treasures, found items, and personal favorites from furniture stores, accessory shops, and showrooms. The mix is what creates an eclectic style. Everything works together to set the mood, from what you choose to put on the walls, to how you fill the shelves, cover the floor and arrange your furniture. Eclectic rooms are often joyful places, filled with gifts and memories from friends and family. Color can provide a soothing or dramatic backdrop, flowered wallpaper will help bring the garden indoors, and painted stripes lend a tailored look. Add character to your eclectic decor by mixing the wood finishes and/or fabric patterns. Or create a unique feature by purchasing readymade drapes and adding a band of custom fabric to the top or bottom. Spaces decorated in an eclectic style can easily change according to mood, inspiration and budget. Still, eclectic rooms benefit from the same design principals of other styles: Edit your collection to create balance and focal points. Group objects that work well together, whether it’s a collection of found objects or a mix of old furniture, refinished finds, new purchases and splurge-worthy showcase pieces.
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A Chef's Garden by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
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Garden makeovers by Shirley Bovshow in Los Angeles. Repurposed concrete pieces are stacked as a raised planter for this chef's garden. Crops are rotated seasonally for a fresh harvest. Photo by Shirley Bovshow,
“terrace veggie garden” — rossulibarri
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Andrew Takeuchi http://www.atakphoto.com
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Eclectic rooms mix family treasures, found items, and personal favorites from furniture stores, accessory shops, and showrooms. The mix is what creates an eclectic style. Everything works together to set the mood, from what you choose to put on the walls, to how you fill the shelves, cover the floor and arrange your furniture. Eclectic rooms are often joyful places, filled with gifts and memories from friends and family. Color can provide a soothing or dramatic backdrop, flowered wallpaper will help bring the garden indoors, and painted stripes lend a tailored look. Add character to your eclectic decor by mixing the wood finishes and/or fabric patterns. Or create a unique feature by purchasing readymade drapes and adding a band of custom fabric to the top or bottom. Spaces decorated in an eclectic style can easily change according to mood, inspiration and budget. Still, eclectic rooms benefit from the same design principals of other styles: Edit your collection to create balance and focal points. Group objects that work well together, whether it’s a collection of found objects or a mix of old furniture, refinished finds, new purchases and splurge-worthy showcase pieces.
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