15,750 eclectic headboards Traditional Home Design Photos

Tobin + Parnes Design Enterprises
Historic Brownstone Renovation
Ideabooks913
Questions5
track lighting, demi john, everything rustic eclectic, modern
Eclectic house...Love the eclectism
“Lighting” — codyreinhard
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Jen & Reed Wilcox
Ideabooks3,034
Questions5
Eclectic French Country, Texas style (with Lyle Side Chairs from Crate & Barrel)
metal chairs and wood table - eclectic !
Love the eclectic mix
“dining wall” — dskoretz
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
21 Reviews
House of the Year
Ideabooks39,968
Questions26
settee and pillows, eclectic mix of furniture, textiles
Again, I have no idea how to explain why this eclectic mix works so well, but it does. Tell us: What's in your mix of throw pillows?More:Pattern Play: Mix Prints for a Traditional-Modern LookInspired by
Schumacher worked with the architects to use materials and styles that would blend with the interior design. "The clients love that eclectic, traveled look," says Schumacher. "Since many of the pieces in the house were their own, it already had that almost-Old-World look."
“lighting - chandlier/scones” — amandarowan
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
21 Reviews
2010 Colorado Homes & Lifestyles "Home of the Year"
Ideabooks6,962
Questions13
Love the eclectic feel of this room
eclectic pillow arrangement
casual and the eclectic pieces
Eclectic & colorful
“Colors and materials” — stallica
Eclectic Exterior
Ideabooks2,541
Questions4
English Tudor with French eclectic influences
Love French Eclectic style!
This house references the English Tudor style, which shares some of the characteristics of French eclectic. The forward-facing gable is found less often, but half-timber elements and patterned brick exteriors can be found in early-20th-century originals.
Eclectic Exterior
“Roof” — melitim
Knight Construction Design | Chanhassen, Minnesota
18 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks3,250
Questions4
Late-20th-century French eclectic mansard. A subtype of Second Empire style descended into early 20th-century American homebuilding, defined by a steeply pitched roof enclosing a second
level and a nearly flat-hipped top portion. Late-20th-century builders very loosely interpreted its predecessors by creating mansard-roofed French eclectic-style houses such as this one. Cleverly remodeled to add a classically inspired entrance porch, this handsome house now appears elegant and comfortable
Late-20th-century French eclectic mansard. A subtype of Second Empire style descended into early 20th-century American homebuilding, defined by a steeply pitched roof enclosing a second level and a nearly flat-hipped top portion. Late-20th-century builders very loosely interpreted its predecessors by
“front porch” — missyk1234
Ben Pentreath Ltd
House in Dorset
Ideabooks43
Questions0
eclectic cushions
Eclectic, yellow, warm
Layout and eclectic mix.
Eclectic cool
“living” — okaitea
F. D. Hodge Interiors
8 Reviews
Boston apartment
Ideabooks141
Questions0
An eclectic mix of period antique furnishings and accessories. A 19th c American Empire center table is paired with a set of 19th c Baltic elm wood dining chairs. The Russian Style chandelier is a modern reproduction. Framed engravings of intaglios flank the 19th c French arched mirror. Michael J
“Keep it all white” — willa613
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™