The interior of this sitting room mixes styles, textures and finishes for a sophisticated result. Decorative molding conjures Parisian salons of the past, while chrome coffee tables and sleek sconces are edgy counterpoints.
Layered rugs give this colorful, eclectic home office a unique look by mixing style and straying from traditional style norms. Stacked wooden boxes on the desk provide extra storage for knickknacks and act as a textural, homemade art piece.
This eclectic living room mixes styles, textures and patterns. A chesterfield leather sofa is among the many seating options along with Art Deco chairs. The ottomans with animal legs and faux fur add a unique touch to the space.
Designers wanted to create a kid's room that wasn't so matched, the way that many kids' rooms are, so they took care to choose unique items that mixed color, texture and style to create this space that can easily transition with the homeowners' daughter as she grows.
This dining room mixes styles to form a cozy, well-lit space. Large windows and sheer curtains allow plenty of soft light to wash over the delicate and ornate furniture. Queen Anne side tables and gold mirrors act as an elegant accent wall in the space.
This eclectic living room mixes styles, textures and colors for a cohesive whole. Woven blinds and soft leather chairs offer natural texture, while the green hue on the accent wall is repeated on the sideboard. A potted tree in the corner of the room adds height to the space.
This blue living room mixes styles, textiles and colors for an eclectic country feel. Floral curtains harmonize with a red woven rug and traditional white sofas. Dark blue walls add visual depth, while hand-picked accessories complete the space: graphic throw pillows, a tripod lamp and framed art.
Mixed styles create a wonderful result: The midcentury modern angles of the room; the lofty, coastal-style, plank-and-beam ceilings; a craftsman-style cabinet and an animal hide rug reflect the homeowner's unique style and personality. This hall leads to a lovely outdoor seating area -- It would be hard to decide whether to stay inside or out!
Designers were able to successfully mix styles by keeping with the home's exterior neutral color scheme across the outdoor furniture and accessories. The more contemporary patio furniture blends well with the French Provincial theme because it does not take a lead in the overall scheme; rather, the furniture's simple lines and structure blend with the evenness of the architecture. Landscaping by Mark Scott and Associates.