The orange wallpaper accent wall adds warmth and texture to this eclectic living space. An exposed brick wall and factory cart coffee table lend an industrial vibe to the room, while a white shag rug grounds the colorful space.
White and gray walls, a cheery yellow duvet and a bright chandelier keep this bedroom nook from feeling cramped, as seen on HGTV's 'Secrets From a Stylist.'
This eclectic living room features a mix of retro, modern and industrial pieces. Bright colors help blend the vintage furniture with the modern furniture, and a shag rug grounds the space while also adding texture.
This contemporary living room features a large picture window, built-in bookshelf, mid-century modern end table, and gray wingback chair. The back of the bookshelf is painted dark gray to add depth and make the books and accessories stand out. A black and white striped curtain adds a cozy touch to the beautiful space.
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.
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.
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.
As seen on HGTV's Secrets From a Stylist, a more refined wood table and blue upholstered captain's chair tone down the '50s vibe from host Emily Henderson's first makeover of this space. The room still features plenty of kitsch with DIY chandeliers made out of socket splitters and a fun centerpiece of salvaged architectural and design elements. Instead of buying one huge, expensive area rug, Emily saved money by buying three smaller area rugs and laying them next to each other.
This look is sleek and streamlined with teak furniture and simple patterns. After getting inspired by a vintage sofa, Emily Henderson custom built a tufted sofa that features high arms and a wood surround, but still has a low profile to keep the living room and dining room open concept. The walls are painted a warm, inviting gray.
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