via Gone are the days of matching bedroom sets and all uniform furniture – instead we’re breathing new life into unique antique pieces to create a home that fits your personal style. We’ve always considered our decorating style to be eclectic-chic, and we love that so many other homeowners are styling mismatched furniture to create their own unique space. Whether you consider yourself a neo-traditionalist, a modern furniture lover or boho-chic connoisseur, finding unqiue pieces that fit your…
Designer Robin Bell played down the grand proportions of the 28-foot-high ceiling in the living room of this seaside New York home by decorating in a cozy, unfussy way — comfortable, mismatched furniture arranged in one large but intimate seating group.
A Homepolish Pro's Stylish Abode — & How You Can Copy It #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/homepolish-san-francisco#slide3 "I love textiles for all the diversity they bring to a space, both visually and culturally. They make it anything but cookie-cutter. I’ve collected my kilim pillows from eBay and Craigslist, and I found my black-and-white African mud cloth on eBay. In other rooms, I’ve even framed textiles as wall art."
Farmhouse Bedroom - salvaged architectural pieces and mismatched furniture with painted and natural finishes and treasures that have been collected over time come together to create a very relaxing space - via Faded Charm
Most of you know that I’m obsessed with home decorating. OBSESSED. The way someone decorates their home tells me so much about them. What colors they like, what their main focus is (i.e. most living rooms have the tv as the focus, meaning they like watching tv together in the evenings, while some living rooms... │ View Post │