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Multicolored Dining Room With Eclectic Decor
The sky's the style limit when it comes to this eclectic dining room, a mix of quirky finds and statement pieces (check out the wild, red wire chandelier!). A stately wood sideboard comes in handy for storage.
This family-friendly home features a music area, a kids' art space, a teepee – even a climbing wall and an indoor swing! Bright fabrics and an eclectic mix of furnishings add to the home's casual, whimsical vibe. The whole house was designed to fit the personality and lifestyle of the active, vibrant homeowners and their young kids.
White Eclectic Living Room With Colorful Accent Pillows
High ceilings do wonders for a living room. The room's height allows ample wall space for lots of fun artwork. While the room is anchored by white sofas and an area rug, the space is brought to life by the wall art, accent pillows, lampshades and a blue chair.
Bold blue-and-white artwork is the star of this minimal living space. A lush gray area rug grounds the space, while contemporary gray and wood chairs are paired with a sleek coffee table and brown sofa for intimate conversations. Bright white walls keep the space light and airy.
White, Eclectic Living Room in Family-Friendly Home
Bright colors, fun lighting and ample seating mix to form a living room with plenty of space for the family to gather. This entire home was designed to provide a whimsical, creative space for a young, vibrant family to play and interact. White walls and whitewashed architectural details allow the home's brightly colored art and accessories to pop.
Drapes Create Height in Eclectic Living Room With a White Fireplace
A mix of styles, textiles and prints give this living room an eclectic personality. Drapes hung from the ceiling help to create the illusion of height, while at ground level, a colorful ottoman and red chair tie in the modern art above the fireplace.
A midcentury bench is a fun, unexpected element to this breakfast nook, allowing the littlest members of the family to squish together. A geode-inspired print with pops of yellow anchors the wall, as well as complements the area rug below.
Eclectic Living Room with Purple Furniture and Teal Shag Rug
This eclectic living room features white and purple furniture and a teal shag rug. Repurposed wood forms the coffee table, while a chandelier hangs overhead. A large piece of artwork commands the room's attention.
Lucite ghost chairs allow light from the black frame windows to pass through them, enhancing the airy feel of this space. A "Sputnik" chandelier adds a quirky, mid-century modern element that doesn't weigh down the room. The chrome, x-base dining table is sturdy, yet elegant and minimalistic.
Eclectic Living Room with Mid-Century Modern Flair
With organic elements and an eclectic vibe, this mid-century modern living room is a relaxed, inviting spot for conversation. Texture adds depth and definition to the space, from the stone fireplace wall to the layered rugs to the nubby wall hanging. The bold hue of the entryway doors makes a strong statement against crisp white walls.
A vinyl record player brings a throwback touch to this sitting room, which is artfully designed to be modern with a hint of Art Deco. Gold accents, including the round coffee table, chair legs and even the speckled animal hide rug, add a touch of glamour. Black and white photography is playful, yet sophisticated.
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.
The dining room and living area open up to each other to create a relaxed, family friendly space. A large round mirror bounces light around the room, reflecting the eclectic dining room style. A Lucite table is topped with pretty accessories for a sophisticated vignette.
Patterned Area Rug Protects Hardwood Floors in Formal Living Room
With two red leather armchairs, two upholstered recliners and two sofas (one on the wall, the other by the window), this formal living room can easily accommodate a crowd of people. Thus, the designers laid down a patterned area rug to protect the historic home's original hardwood floors and break up all the neutrals.