10,430 small Eclectic Home Design Photos

Arciform
9 Reviews
Anne & Richard's 1908 home
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small table cute and all thats needed
A small bathroom with a shower previously sat in this corner by the back door. The DeWolfs took it out completely to open up the kitchen. Table, chairs, rug: Ikea; window: Rejuvenation Salvage; chandelier: AnthropologieHave you mixed vintage materials with your modern design? We'd love to see your photo
“I like the idea of a bistro table” — stephlb627
Upholstery Club's Shelly Leer
1 Review
Plumbing Pipe Solar Globe Lamps
Ideabooks46
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cut the small hole in the top
Photo 6 of 16 Cut a small hole in the top of the globes. This is to allow the sunlight to hit the solar cells of the lights once the globes goes over them. But you can also skip this step and just take your globes off of the
Cut a small hole in the top of the globes. This is to allow the sunlight to hit the solar cells of the lights once the globes goes over them. But you can also skip this step and just take your globes off of the solar lights during sunlight hours.
“solar post photo 5” — elianne47
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Las Vegas, NV: Selah
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I like the way of the beds it can be used in small spaces
watercolors and India ink. "I like drawing with bamboo, and my fingers are the best brushes I’ve ever used," she says. "I usually work with small pieces, under 20 by 20 inches, but lately I’ve been inspired to take on some big canvases, which requires room to maneuver."
pastels, watercolors and India ink. "I like drawing with bamboo, and my fingers are the best brushes I’ve ever used," she says. "I usually work with small pieces, under 20 by 20 inches, but lately I’ve been inspired to take on some big canvases, which requires room to maneuver."
“Tackle boxes are a great way to keep art supplies in order without compromising your creative vibe.” — lyrel
Cozy Little House
Outdoor Renovation
Ideabooks746
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A single galvanized bucket can provide a lot of herbal goodness as well. You might be surprised at how much you can grow in a small space. Dividing the container into wedges is a great idea; it gives each herb its own individual "bed." Additional decorations are at your own discretion
A single galvanized bucket can provide a lot of herbal goodness as well. You might be surprised at how much you can grow in a small space. Dividing the container into wedges is a great idea; it gives each herb its own individual "bed." Additional decorations are at your own discretion
“Fairy garden.” — sandiemg95
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Brin & Nate
Ideabooks662
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The couple thinks of these built-in cabinets as a lifesaver. The shelves are home to most of their books and small collections, and are organized by color because "it just simply made sense,"
nb - small shelves on left
The couple thinks of these built-in cabinets as a lifesaver. The shelves are home to most of their books and small collections, and are organized by color because "it just simply made sense," Reinhardt says. "Our collection includes a red Olivetti Valentine typewriter, a cluster of vintage fur taxidermy
“Coffee table” — J.C. Wallace
Bobbi Gugger
Varga Room
Ideabooks676
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This corner becomes illuminated with nostalgic light. The windows appear disproportionately tall in such a small room, and that is what makes it all fabulous.
in a small room, windows appear taller
This corner becomes illuminated with nostalgic light. The windows appear disproportionately tall in such a small room, and that is what makes it all fabulous.
“Layout” — omuzine
Outer space Landscape Architecture
6 Reviews
Glen Park Residence
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No place is off limits for art, as these abstract figures squeezed (appropriately) into a small light well illustrate.
No place is off limits for art, as these abstract figures squeezed (appropriately) into a small light well illustrate.
“Stairs” — lizglance
Planet Fur
The sparkin' new home
Ideabooks3,144
Questions3
hate dealing with a never-ending trail of dead pine needles? Try mixing it up a bit and use a set of branches in a vase to display your ornaments. Small and large versions of this modern, DIY Christmas tree are becoming more and more common. Not only are they elegant, but they're affordable and much
you hate dealing with a never-ending trail of dead pine needles? Try mixing it up a bit and use a set of branches in a vase to display your ornaments.Small and large versions of this modern, DIY Christmas tree are becoming more and more common. Not only are they elegant, but they're affordable and much
“neat idea for year round holidays” — oakstreetns
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