3,530 stores Eclectic Home Design Photos

Mary Prince Photography
11 Reviews
Mary Prince Photography © 2012 Houzz
This view reveals where the Clapps store their washing machine and dryer — in the kitchen. "It helps that they're
This view reveals where the Clapps store their washing machine and dryer — in the kitchen. "It helps that they're blue and match the base cabinets. I have
“w&d” — cpls
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Kim Liggins
West Seattle cottage
a mistake b/c there was no price tag on it at the time - I saw it in the store a few months later and the price tag was closer to $250.) But beware - there's
Look at what is stored on shelves and how
“no backsplash” — nisrinepineo
Maria Killam
23 Reviews
If you could find one or two for host chairs at second hand store.
Chairs were found in a second hand store and re-painted and re-upholstered
“buffet- painted. I'd do a gloss in green or blue?” — betseeee4
Elizabeth Leahy, AKBD, Allied ASID
3 Reviews
Leahy Interior Design
It's a to the trade only store in LA, Dovetail. I purchased it for the client.
It's a technique known as rag rolling that any home improvement store can teach you. These were done by a professional decorative painter.
“Foyer chair table nook” — teena21beena
Eclectic Kitchen
We could use that hole in the wall to store cook books . Or could add a shelf .
Great way to show and store
“Butcher block counters” — DMartire
Copper Sky Renovations
8 Reviews
Arts & Crafts remodel
These are custom cabinets that we made. You cannot buy them at any store. We made custom guitar racks for the inside. The middle bench seat with mesh
Love the storage. I imagine a cubby for each of us -- to store our back packs, computer bags, shoes, etc.
“Bench under window. Can have storage too.” — iamkarenc
Kimberley Bryan
9 Reviews
My Houzz: A Place to Create
plywood "box." (Pretty neat, huh?) The textiles come from fabric stores and second-hand stores in the Seattle area.
“Master idea but with a bigger bed” — deborahsue1019
The Red Jet
Living Room
change often. I always make sure to pick up some spare frames at thrift stores; a quick coat of paint and you’ve saved tons of money on framing." The arrows
Thrift store frames
“lamp” — retroearth
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