11,322 place setting Eclectic Home Design Photos

Resort Custom Homes
2 Reviews
The Player Residence
Ideabooks3,505
Questions8
stone wood burning two sided fire place
stair and fire place combo
fire place...rock fire place
“Love the stairs and the fireplace.” — Gaylen Howard
sarah & bendrix
previos work area
Ideabooks3,706
Questions1
Create an inspiration wall. Inspiration walls are much needed if you like to spend your free time clipping magazines or tend to accumulate small paper items. Be sure to keep a bin of tacks nearby so you don't end up with endless piles all over the place.
Place to post lots of stuff...
clipping magazines or tend to accumulate small paper items. Be sure to keep a bin of tacks nearby so you don't end up with endless piles all over the place.
clipping magazines or tend to accumulate small paper items. Be sure to keep a bin of tacks nearby so you don't end up with endless piles all over the place.
“wall of art” — mlund0823
Michael Kelley Photography
7 Reviews
Malibu Lake Residence
Ideabooks1,612
Questions5
A place for the dog dishes!
Place for dog bowls - built up off the floor a little. For the mud room.
place for dog bowls...Doggy bowl place...Dog food place
“Corner cupboard for cooker end (with dog bowls so cute)” — sallybenner
Desire to Inspire
Kim Johnson- home office
Ideabooks2,476
Questions1
love. What do you need to add (or remove) to really love your home office? Give favorite colors, artwork, photos, plants and personal items pride of place, and get rid of (or at least hide in a cabinet) anything that is bumming you out, from ugly tech equipment to bulky binders of old work material.
like flower placed on stack of magazines
love. What do you need to add (or remove) to really love your home office? Give favorite colors, artwork, photos, plants and personal items pride of place, and get rid of (or at least hide in a cabinet) anything that is bumming you out, from ugly tech equipment to bulky binders of old work material.
“bright painted antiques” — Olivia Thurmond
Fraley and Company
10 Reviews
Wine country kitchen/family room
Ideabooks7,939
Questions11
would really like to know how you placed the rock shelves in the wall
Where did you get the stone shelves from is it the same place as the stone veneer. Thank You
enamel stove - it adds a splash of colour for the room - and the way the hearth blends into the slate / brick on the wall. Also, windows are well placed for lighting. Would consider adding a wood box into this design somehow.
“fireplace” — Evie
Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
Riverhouse
Ideabooks29,502
Questions15
Because it's inviting. A place to sit , read, stretch out with a blanket. comfy rug.
place chase near library and books
Built in bookshelves and place for firewood with tile bottom
most decorators would agree that a room is not complete without a mirror. Some mirrors are meant to be looked in, it's true, but sometimes the best place for a mirror is where it can't be seen into directly. Over the mantel or a high bookcase may not be great for checking out your outfit, but it will
wall of bookshelves to bring a sense of depth to your room. Bonus: This is a great way to make an old entertainment center work in another way — just place a mirror where the TV would have gone.
“Lounge!” — scottysfan8105
Ninainvorm
Nina van de Goor's Home
Ideabooks25,014
Questions7
good for the hall way at David's Place
great place to frame kids art work....in their clubhouse
Place my kids pictures like this upstairs
Another approach to incorporating children's art into a home is to place these works of art in with other collected images, giving equal weight to all of one's favorite pieces of art — children's and others.
at all stuffy. Colorful but not over the top. Modern eclectic works for kids and adults alike because it looks like you can live in it. An artfully placed stack of books might contain something by Annie Leibovitz and Dr. Seuss.
“Paint living room and then frame and hang kid art over entire wall” — beccapope
Ed Ritger Photography
Architecture and Interior Design
Ideabooks610
Questions5
There is going to be one seam that won't match up at all. That is your start/stop point. Make sure that your start/stop point is in a inconspicuous place in the room. Think behind a door or some curtains. When you hang the paper, match the paper edges so that they barely overlap and the patterns match
Nice vignette for antique library table and a couple chairs and lamp in the right place.
“Wallpaper” — rachaelmacphee
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