Adding style underfoot is layered area rugs, a combination of natural fiber jute and cowhide. Built-in bookshelves provide storage, while exposed wood beams bring a rustic vibe to the space. A pair of gray chairs makes for an intimate seating area.
Inspired by the farm and landscape, rustic wood paneling is used on the top half of the walls in this guest house's media room. The lower half of the wall is painted a cool gray, blending perfectly with a comfortable sectional. The Union Jack symbol and colors add a touch of English love to the space.
Gray, Eclectic Living Room is Comfortable, Relaxed
Cozy and sophisticated, this living room pairs comfortable armchairs with a rustic wood coffee table and jute area rugs. Gray curtains soften the windows, while a sleek white table adds a contemporary touch to the room.
A family of five needed a relaxed yet beautiful living space using items they already owned and wanted to incorporate into the overall design. Designer Sarah Wittenbraker created this stunning living room doing just that; she achieved a stylish, eclectic design by mixing furniture pieces of contrasting styles.
Eclectic Dining Room With Black and White Striped Bench Seat
This fun dining room features a white midcentury modern table paired with brown leather chairs and a gold starburst chandelier overhead. Green-blue textured wallpaper provides an accent wall for a black and white striped upholstered bench seat, while a framed beach photograph hangs above.
An enlarged photo of pool water makes up this diptych, serving as a unique piece of framed art which fits the contemporary coastal theme of this dining room. The espresso-stained wood buffet table creates a nice contrast with the bright white walls and complements the various hues of blue.
Down the hall, teal wallpaper brings fun, '50s-style flair (and hair!) to the home office. An orange pop art piece accentuates the look, while an industrial cabinet displays the owner's favorite items.
Shelving Unit Against Modern Stairs with Sculptures, Pictures and Books
A well-composed vignette of art and books looks striking tucked against this stairwell. Because of the tone of the bookshelf wood against the steps, he eye becomes nearly blind to the detail of the unit and sees only the decorative elements. That really makes the art pop!
In this corner of the room, a ruby-red canvas commands attention. Two armchairs below add to the eclectic aesthetic, though their small-scale prints keep all eyes on the artwork. A bookshelf proudly displays a mix of modern and vintage accents unique to the client.
Living Room Table with Fresh Flowers, Sculpture, Art and Books
Previously, the room had no flowers. Designer Heather Hogan Roberts often uses cut flowers from the garden as an easy way to bring life into a space. “It’s a really inexpensive way to add color,” she says.
Eclectic Living Room with Coffee Table Styled by a Designer
Atlanta designer Heather Hogan Roberts took objects and decor that the homeowner owned to stay under her $500 budget for a living room makeover. She bought new curtains, a rug, and small furniture such as side tables and a woven stool used as an ottoman. Roberts, who owns Ivy & Vine, reworked and styled the existing accessories and furniture, which is a low-cost alternative to always buying new items to give a room a designer look.
Dark hardwood floors ground this eclectic dining room, while a a stunning gold ceiling inlay and chandelier add glamour to the space. A formal dining table is surrounded by a mix of slipcovered chairs and traditional wingback chairs.