A palette of vivid colors, fanciful patterns, and rustic details define this 6,000-square-foot mountain ski home in Park City, Utah. In this study, crocodile wallcovering hangs behind a turquoise sofa, while animal hides and nailhead trim bring in further eclectic detail.
This room formerly housed miscellaneous junk; designers converted into a family study space. Beneath the existing bookcases, a desk was built with room enough for two computers. The bookcases' light color is a crisp contrast with the dark walls and trio of patterns on the window shade, sofa and rug.
Touches of whimsy keep this dark, traditional study from taking itself seriously. A modern, ethereal photograph is juxtaposed with collected antiquities displayed on rough-hewn shelves. A contemporary take on a Greek key pattern is playful when paired with a Louis XIV fauteuil chair.
Interior designer Cheryl Settino Mosher layered on print after print for her eclectic, global-inspired study in the 2017 Holiday House NYC. The ceiling is tented with the Lush Scene pattern from Robert Allen's Nomadic Color fabric collection, and the Miles sofa also is from Robert Allen. The orange painted trim is “Bittersweet Vine” from Benjamin Moore's Century line.
A custom built-in upholstered bench maximizes space and seating in this eclectic study. The modern white table provides a sleek workspace, while the green shag carpet keeps the room feeling warm and inviting.
Aqua-colored silk window treatments set the stage for this eclectic study. Two-tiered book tables, a tufted settee, custom-finished executive desk, floating shelves and original art establish a study with staying power.
"I don't know what my home style is" says Steele. "I like fun and different and colorful." Her study in the front of the house is defined by her eclectic sense of style, with wood paneling brought into the 21st century with chic black paint and a mix of colorful pillows, leopard print and a few hot pink items illustrating Jamie's love of color.
Furniture from Pottery Barn and West Elm set the tone in this comfortable, transitional home office designed to be a gentleman's study. A mix of texture and pattern add an eclectic touch inspired by world travel.
This eclectic study is a colorful, fun space that features plenty of places to relax and store office supplies. Patterned Roman shades and an animal-print loveseat keep the room from feeling too serious.
With a mix of different design elements, this stunning home can best be described as eclectic. Looking from the living room into the library/study, you get both a punch of vibrant color and the soothing, neutral tones of hardwood and leather. Accessories make the space feel both adorned and personal, and all the sitting areas seem comfortable and inviting.
Cerused-oak paneling transforms this eclectic study into a peaceful sanctuary. The oversized block pattern of the walls shows off a handsome grain and provides order to to the art display while a red dresser and chair provide bold pops of color in the space.
Fabric by Robert Allen envelopes a study designed by Cheryl Settino Mosher for the 2017 Holiday House NYC. She used Lush Scene, a pattern with bohemian and global style, in the eclectic space. The orange painted trim is “Bittersweet Vine” from Benjamin Moore's Century line.
Bookshelves fill an entire wall in this light-filled, contemporary study with eclectic accents. A pair of cowhide Wassily-style armchairs form a cozy seating nook that's lit for reading by a single pendant. White walls make the art pop, creating a gallery effect.
This closet and dressing room is a study in eclectic style, as black and white graphic wallpaper, red ceiling, contemporary window shade, Art Deco light fixture, and modern built-in storage system meet to present an offbeat but charming design. This space is truly every girl's dream!
A sawhorse desk makes a bold statement in this colorful home office, while a built-in wine cellar is a surprising addition. A warm orange shade on the walls and ceiling livens up the space, but is toned down by neutral furnishings and a navy area rug.
This eclectic teen bedroom is fun and playful with a funky painted mural on the back wall and a modern flower pendant hanging above. Accented with midcentury modern seating s and a gray area rug, this space is ready for sleepovers and study time.