The Ikat area rug is the starting point of the room's color palette and perfect for this kid-friendly living room since it's industrial-strength nylon. The gleaming side table mimics the chrome accents of the bright pink chair and adds a glam note to the room.
In this second-home Chicago high-rise pied-à-terre, rough wooden side tables and a rustic dining table paired with brilliant red faux-leather chairs create an inspired look in this combined living and dining room. The giraffe-print stools in the breakfast bar are custom designed, inspired by the homeowners’ love of their home state of Texas, animals and travels to Africa.
Eclectic Kitchen With Mosaic Backsplash and Breakfast Nook
Designer Meg Caswell uses a color palette of soft orange, dark brown and turquoise for a welcoming, earthy kitchen design. The fun palette continues into the breakfast nook, which features turquoise banquette seating and a beaded chandelier.
Metal bodied and trimmed in leather, this steamer trunk inspired coffee table brings an industrial touch to this living room. Decorated with terrariums, a tray, and an antique box, the table serves as display as much as function.
Inset bookshelves flank the ornate fireplace of this authentic Victorian home. A transitional chair, antique rug and assorted eclectic accents are inviting and sophisticated for the space. A large mirror on a pedestal base is an exquisite and eye-catching addition over the fireplace.
Eclectic Kitchen With Coconut Shell Pendant Lights
This spacious kitchen blends industrial ceiling exposure with contemporary touches, like the gray and white marble countertops and sleek brown cabinets. Funky coconut shell pendant lights hang above the white marble kitchen island, which includes glossy black black stools that allow for casual dining.
Though it's awash in browns with hunting lodge touches, this home office manages to maintain a modern vibe. Clean-lined draperies are hung on a thin, contemporary rod, and a narrow dresser serves as a modern TV console.
A reclaimed wood desk and graphic black-and-white triptych photograph give this urban home office an eclectic, homey feel. Glass-front shelves and a comfortable leather chair add function, while soft taupe walls bring warmth.
Rustic Wood Meets Industrial, Urban Design Features in Tea Bar
Warm, rustic wood meets industrial and urban design features in this San Diego tea bar. Just as the eating bar features reclaimed wood on black, iron legs, the accent wall blends a black-and-charcoal graffiti design above wood paneling for continuity in design.
"The homeowners were really baffled as to what to do with the third bedroom in their condo," said designer Debbie Perez. "They really didn't need two guest bedrooms. So, we suggested to use their favorite items from their previous home they didn’t want to part with and created this cozy little den."
Bobalicious Tea Bar Mixes Urban Style With Rustic Accents
This San Diego tea bar mixes urban style with rustic accents. Bobalicious features a black-and-white accent wall painted by a graffiti artist and warm, rustic wood paneling. Industrial features are introduced with the corrugated tin service counter and red, Tolix-style chairs.
Light and Airy Wallpaper in Eclectic Farmhouse Hallway
At the end of a long hallway decorated in whimsical butterfly wallpaper sits an antique cabinet with open shelves, perfect for displaying the homeowners' collection of Asian accessories. The cabinet also provides closed storage for hiding away linens and dishware.
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.