2,021 shop Eclectic Home Design Photos

Brunelleschi Construction
16 Reviews
Pasquella Living Room
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You can have your choice of loft electric lime http://www.glasstilestore.com/shop-by-colors-now/green/loft-electric-lime-1-x-1-glass-tiles.html and loft emerald http://www.glasstilestore.com/shop-by-colors-now/green/loft-electric-lime-1-x-1-glass-tiles.html, also dark green onyx which i
i think would look good in a kitchen like that as well http://www.glasstilestore.com/shop-by-colors-now/green/dark-green-onyx-6-8x6-8-marble-mosaic-tiles.html
“rug” — stacey2947
Living room
Ideabooks189
Questions1
Pink velvet couoch from a junk shop outside on Sunset Blvd.
Frances and Chris spotted this pink velvet couch outside a junk shop on Sunset Boulevard. With layers of mismatched pillows, sheepskin throws and colorful blankets, it has a punch of personality. "Someday I'd like to design a line of couch cushion covers made like fitted sheets in all different styles
Frances and Chris spotted this pink velvet sofa outside a junk shop on Sunset Boulevard. With layers of mismatched pillows, sheepskin throws and colourful blankets, it has a plenty of personality. “Someday I’d like to design
“sheets covering old couch with blankets and pillows. Could be bed in small bedroom” — qtdarichard06
Valerie McCaskill Dickman
Sarah Greenman
Ideabooks1,074
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To liven up the informal kitchen nook, Greenman found these vibrant vintage chairs at a local consignment shop.
up the informal kitchen nook, Greenman found these vibrant vintage chairs at a local consignment shop. She had no desire to change their bold and brilliant hue. VMD: Where are your favorite places to shop for your home?SG: There are some wonderful consignment and used-furniture places in Dallas, Lula
“cafe curtains over blinds” — robinrutledge
Ondine Karady Design
Loft in Brooklyn Sweater Factory
Ideabooks176
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entry hall covered with recycled felt panels from a pop-up shop
bathroomThe entry hall is covered with recycled felt panels from a pop-up shop Karady designed for Nike. The artist who made them agreed to take the job only if the designer could promise the panels wouldn’t be thrown out when the shop closed. Karady kept her word and installed them in her own house.The art
“Love the boldness of red accent in this hallway” — runconnierun
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Cottekill Church
Ideabooks456
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your inspiration ideabook, get plants and fresh flowers — there are many things you can do to stay inspired and enjoy your home, even when you can't shop.
inspired and enjoy your home, even when you can't shop.Tell us: Are you a slow decorator, or do you tend to get everything done at once? What do you do when you can't afford the things you really want? Share your tips and stories in the Comments!More: How to Shop Your Home for a New LookHow to Appreciate Your
“White+red+wood” — vflstone
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Markus and Lilly Neubauer
Ideabooks111
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It was created by Aaron Eiland. He says that he doesn't have this in his shop currently, but you can email him (his contact is on his site) and just do a Paypal purchase and he'll create another one. You can find his work here: http://dribbble.com/aaron-eiland
and taste in music, and so I love focusing on that for the common areas of our home,” Lilly says.The couple enjoys shopping for their home at thrift and vintage stores. Favorite local shops include the White Elephant Antiques Warehouse on Riverside and Dolly Python.
“concert posters along hallway” — Anna Gulbrandsen
Sarah Phipps Design
Ogden
Ideabooks505
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It is vintage. I bought it from a little shop in Bend, OR called Savvy.
was custom made for her. You can find similar vintage look bus scrolls on Etsy or have one made with your own list of cities at http://www.etsy.com/shop/mercantilemill.
“wallpaper on side wall beside table?” — Laura Maria
A Good Chick To Know
1 Review
Fresh Family Fun
Ideabooks230
Questions3
The locker is actually a vintage section of lockers from a swimming pool. We found them at Space Lab, a vintage shop in Vancouver BC, but likely if you scour vintage shops in your area you may find something similar. They are awesome for storage - we used these ones for toys and books belonging to our
“poppies!” — parktracy1
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