A graffiti wall, mounted animal skull, leather bench and Space Age barber shop chairs bring character to this eclectic home bar. The curved custom bar features a rustic wood base juxtaposed with modern lighting.
Along this modern stairway, glass and metal rails connect with the unique glass and metal pendant fixtures that light the space. Lilac paint gives added definition to the curved architecture. Throughout the house, eclectic elements blend the client’s love of pattern and color with the ruggedness of the Park City, Utah, landscape.
Laundry Room/Craft Room Offers Place to Have Fun With Design and Color
The laundry room in this renovated midcentury modern home doubles as work and craft space. Smaller spaces offer the perfect opportunity to have a little fun with color and design as this room does with a bold blue filing cabinet, yellow stool and Hygge & West wallpaper.
This second-story bedroom's outstanding feature is its sliding barn door. The wood tones match those of the contemporary stairway leading up to it. The bed incorporates a built-in bookcase, and the ceiling fan adds a midcentury modern element to the space.
Beautiful View in Eclectic Hallway With White Driftwood Lamp
Classic meets whimsy in an eclectic hallway of this home in the Hollywood hills. A gnarled driftwood lamp and cowhide rug become even more quirky when paired with a marble-topped antique chest. A pair of petite gold chairs flanks the window, which offers a sweeping view of the city.
Designers strived to maintain a sense of the home's church origins by highlighting architectural elements like the beautiful, arched front door. A repurposed peg board hung on the wall makes for a fun spot to hang scarves and jackets.
Hallway Features Geometric Wallpaper & Turquoise Cabinet
Featuring impactful, geometric wallpaper, this snazzy hallway is packed with personality. A turquoise cabinet unit adds a splash of color to the brown and white scheme, and the white paint on all other walls keeps the space feeling both bright and crisp.
Play Corner Tucked Under Low Ceiling Includes Fun Storage Options
A tight corner under a vaulted ceiling is the perfect spot for a play corner for the pint-sized family members. Hanging baskets provide a fun spot to stash stuffed animals, while floor cubbies provide more space for corraling toys while still keeping them in-sight and reachable for the small ones.
A red front door makes a powerful first impression: eye-catching and exciting both outdoors and in. This one is warmed up by a slight pinkish tinge. It's a fun combination with the foyer's black-and-white vertical stripes.