You can unify a shelf display by function, too. Mary Carol Garrity, author of Feather Your Nest: It's All in the Details and the owner of Nell Hill's, an accessories emporium in Atchison, Kan., likes to turn a shelf into a bar or a serving station. "Take out the shelf above to create more room, then top a tray with pretty cut-crystal decanters and glassware," she suggests. Design by Emily Henderson.
This eclectic living room doesn't shy away from bold colors or bold patterns and the result is brilliant and eye catching. A repurposed wood cart makes an excellent coffee table and display surface for a collection of globes.
This space designed by Emily Henderson for HGTV's Secrets From a Stylist offers an ideal spot for dining for two.The simple dining area features a drop-leaf table and black Windsor chairs, while black-and-white toile wallpaper sets a traditional backdrop.
This industrial-style reading nook has a retro yet modern vibe. The vintage furniture complements the modern white side table, and the shag rug brings texture to the space.
Light blue walls create a peaceful yet dazzling eclectic living room and dining area featuring gray, white and warm wood accents.
Designer Emily Henderson plays into her love of eclectic styling by mixing various patterns, furnishings and accessories to create a light and airy living room with feminine charm. For more casual appeal, she added some oversized patterned throw pillows by the sofa. They're perfect for floor lounging, gathering 'round the coffee table and other cozy cushioning. Plus, they're an additional visual accent against the stark, white sofa and hardwood floors.
The Moroccan lanterns and table runner add a global touch to this small dining area with a thin table made from railroad ties and a contemporary metal base. A mixture of seating - two antique chairs and a distressed bench - bring in a rustic quality.
Yes you want the house to sell itself but often times what attracts the buyer is what they see such as special additions that make the space particularly unique. This one of a kind bookshelf with wood ladder is an example of added character that attracts buyers.
A funky chandelier above the dining table adds a modern touch to an eclectic dining room. A mix of transitional and tropical-style chairs keeps the atmosphere casual, while a gallery wall of framed art and collectibles is a definite conversation starter.
A glass-top dining table and six Eames chairs anchor this dining room in midcentury modern style. A donut pendant illuminates the neutral room, while a chevron rug frames the dining area.
This midcentury modern gray tufted sofa adds a hip vibe to this eclectic living room. A black-and-white striped rug anchors the room and, along with patterned pillows on the sofa, adds graphic interest.
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