Naomi's HouseEclectic Living Room, Philadelphia

Eames lounge chair, Pop Art by Victor Vasarely, Expedit bookshelf with mirrored back, Blown up art of my Pug made at Kinkos, bookshelf styling

Living room - eclectic light wood floor living room idea in Philadelphia with white walls —  Houzz
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paintingjade wrote:Sep 12, 2013
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    Ikea Expedit with plate mirror placed behind for reflection
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    I LOVE the mirror in the back. But I can't figure out how you did it: Did you glue it to the back? just put it against the wall? You found a mirror exactly the size of the bookcase? Thank you so much for your help!
Sam wrote:Dec 18, 2012
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    That is my pug. I took a picture of him and blew it up at KInkos.
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    Adorable Pug!

Kathy Kerr wrote:Jan 16, 2016
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    I'd also love to know the animal hide. It's fabulous!

mrsbenberry wrote:Sep 22, 2013
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    Its a rental so I dont know about the floors. I can tell you its not real wood. Laminate actually.
kblindsay wrote:Jul 18, 2013
dallasgraduate wrote:Jan 6, 2013
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    This is an Eames knock off so its white vinyl. Very easy to wipe down.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Michelle Gage | Interior Designer added this to 11 Beautiful Ways to Style a BookcaseJan 15, 2016

9. Remember that sometimes smaller is better. If you don’t have the money or space for a large built-in bookcase, a small, low shelving unit can do the trick. Style it with your favorite vintage treasures. Stack books both vertically and horizontally for an effortless sense of style.

Mitchell Parker added this to Houzz Flip: 50 Comfy Chairs Every Dad Will Want to Sit InJun 15, 2015

43. Few designs say Dad Chair more than a classic Eames-style lounge chair and ottoman. This white reproduction sits near a mirror-backed Ikea bookshelf holding eclectic accessories. Bookshelf: Expedit, Ikea; art: Victor Vasarely

Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Give Your Home a History by Telling Your StoryOct 1, 2013

Pets are a slam dunk when it comes to your home's telling your story. This painting of the family dog immediately draws the eye, revealing this pet's importance to the family while balancing the busyness of the bookcase. You can turn a photo of your favorite pet into an oil painting, a pencil sketch or a watercolor at Milltownart.

Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to 10 Ways to Honor and Remember a Departed Loved One at HomeMar 27, 2013

2. Find a corner for books that belonged to your loved one. Books are interesting, because together they create an indirect story line about the interests of a person. Honor the life interests of your loved one by displaying their books for others to enjoy and remember.

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Dallas Design and Exteriors added this to GlazeAug 4, 2019

Bookcase arrangement with Beyoncé on the wall

JB Barrios added this to JB's ideasJul 12, 2019

Bookshelf vignette ideas, chair, art work.

Gerrie Holland Barnes added this to Wish ListMar 5, 2019

The stylish bookcase. It’s big but not dominating.

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