47 print design trends 2009 Eclectic Home Design Photos

Holly Marder
The home of Romy and Ilya
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Beautiful light + modern furniture design.
is the very first sample of the couple’s Bench sofa design. It’s complemented by a handmade coffee table by Christien Starkenburg of SlowWood, a vintage armchair picked up at a Berlin flea market and a classic Gerrit Rietveld Zig-Zag chair.
En 2009, lorsqu’ils ont acheté la maison, Romy et Ilya ont
Boesveldt and Yashkin's upper-floor home had been neglected for many years before the couple purchased it in 2009. They gave the whole place a much-needed update, including new flooring and a fresh coat of white and cream paint on the walls. Dusty pink, soft yellow and mint green are some of Boesveldt's
Im Jahr 2009 kauften Boesveldt und Yashkin ihre Obergeschosswohnung. Davor war diese lange Zeit vernachlässigt worden. Das Pärchen hat den Räumen also ihre dringend
“Colors” — juliaheinzerling
Eclectic Living Room
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I wish I could be of more help, but it was purchased at Circa in Charleston, SC in 2009. Perhaps it's discontinued.
by Kravet and it's called the Harmony Button sofa. In terms of buying it, Kravet is a "to the trade" resource, so you'll probably need to contact a design professional. Otherwise, call Kravet and ask them for a retail outlet near you.
Brass. Another '80s trend seen in the previous picture that's back is brass. Today's brass looks are antiqued or burnished, however, whereas '80s brass was highly polished.
Kravet continually designs refreshing and intriguing fabrics to be featured throughout your home; the sofa pictured here exemplifies the power of fabric!
4. Brass. Another '80s trend seen in the previous picture that's back is brass. Today's brass looks are antiqued or burnished, however, whereas '80s brass was highly polished.
“I LIKE THE CURVE ON SOFA, GREEN WALLS, AND PICTURE COLORS” — M A Le Bel
Valerie Wilcox: Photographer
Covet Garden Home
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would hire a professional for a design plan and 12 percent said they would use online e-design services. The latter is a growing trend among homeowners seeking decorating advice. Many design professionals now offer online consulting services in addition to full design services. Catherine DiVirgilio started
would hire a professional for a design plan and 12 percent said they would use online e-design services. The latter is a growing trend among homeowners seeking decorating advice. Many design professionals now offer online consulting services in addition to full design services. Catherine DiVirgilio
Online design servies: ny choose to turn to design professionals for help. Of those hiring a professional for their project, 33 percent plan to hire an interior designer or decorator to help them from start to finish. Meanwhile, 32 percent
“Hola” — Laura Pulichino
Cre8tive Interior Designs
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Eclectic Bathroom
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Dark salmon - 2009-30 by Benjamin Moore is similar: ...
Trend 5: In living color. The wave of new neutrals has not wiped out consumers' craving for color in both residential and commercial design. This bowling alley restroom is alive, energetic, and reflects the fun times you would expect to have with friends.
“Fun picture on the wall.” — adycus
Heather Freeman Design Co.
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Den Sofa
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It's a small sectional from Haverty's purchased in 2009.
Moroccan prints paired with other prints
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graphic prints
“Tables and lamp” — nicjade15
Cynthia Lynn Photography
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The Everygirl
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creative wall design. why not try some lights to highlight your great idea?
Caitlin Wilson Textiles; "Live what you love" print: Heartfish Press; "I feel you" print: Birdaria; wall paint: Middleton Pink, Farrow & Ball
2. Hang your photos salon-styleHanging photos and art salon-style is an on-trend way to keep your prints firmly on display. Choose a selection of mismatched
she works.Lamp: Neenas; rug: Sabine, Lulu & George; pouf: Amazon; throw pillows: Caitlin Wilson Textiles; “Live what you love” print: Heartfish Press; “I feel you” print: Birdaria; wall paint: Middleton Pink, Farrow & Ball
“Pared” — farahfuentes
Vintage Renewal
Loft shots
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Like the print of the chair
piece of furniture in a colorful print. Layer it with complementary pattern-filled pillows to bring the piece to life.
This chair’s incredible upholstery merits attention. Bold colors in an eclectic design topped with a quirky pillow accessory are exactly on trend.
The gold and print...Print chair...love this print
“Ideas for upholstering chair at KM” — ayafathalla
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Home office
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some self made built ins also oak colored. Everything feels to mix and matched and I'm trying to figure out how to get it looking like a coordinated design.
Watch out for the design and trends of the rugs and buy one that has a classic design which never goes out of style. Trends and colors popular now may soon look dated, and the value of these rugs will decrease. A traditional design gives you a unique piece that always feels current
mixture of traditional, ethnic, formal and modern. Plus, there's that tongue-in-cheek Union Jack pillow.See the rest of this homeMore:Pattern Play: Mix Prints for a Traditional-Modern LookSo Your Style Is: EclecticDecorating Secrets: How to Layer Patterns Right
Put them where they're needed most. Rugs are great for anchoring a room. In fact, many interior designers base a room's look around the rug. Sure, there are many good reasons to do this, but most of us don't have the luxury of reinventing a living area
“LOVE this eclectic, layered living room full of funky pieces which all go together.” — dzinfreak
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