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Eclectic Bedroom Ideas and Designs

Brixton
Brixton
Angel O'Donnell
A neutral scheme with white walls provides the perfect backdrop for a rich mustard yellow velvet headboard, dark blue bedspread and dark blue bedside table with black wood frame. Colourful geometrically patterned wall hanging complements a dark geometrically patterned roman blind. Large pale green ceramic bedside light with berry red satin shade completes the look.
River Mogami
River Mogami
Stage Interiors
This bedroom is my clients daughters old bedroom, again which she wanted into a guest bedroom which kept that boutique hotel feel, whislt also keeping her daughters personality. We used old art work her daughter did over the years and had them reframed and put onto the gallery wall.
Ladywell Residence
Ladywell Residence
Palliser Dwyer
The guest suite
The guest suite
User
Photographed for client: House of Wolf Interiors
The Bee house
The Bee house
EMR Architecture
Kids bedroom with bespoke storage and rainbow stairs leading to mezzanine created by dropping the bathroom ceiling
Wimbledon Common Duplex
Wimbledon Common Duplex
Clare Gaskin Interiors
Eclectic and light bedroom design
Eclectic and light bedroom design
Homewings
Cornelia’s idea for embracing Elizabeth’s eclectic style with a balance of bright colours and exotic patterns was just what her bedroom needed. Homewings makes professional interior design services convenient, fun and affordable. For a single flat fee per room, Homewings designers help anyone turn their dream project into reality, in any budget and any style and all conveniently online.
Presidio Heights Curated Contemporary
Presidio Heights Curated Contemporary
Regan Baker Design Inc.
Well-traveled. Relaxed. Timeless. Our well-traveled clients were soon-to-be empty nesters when they approached us for help reimagining their Presidio Heights home. The expansive Spanish-Revival residence originally constructed in 1908 had been substantially renovated 8 year prior, but needed some adaptations to better suit the needs of a family with three college-bound teens. We evolved the space to be a bright, relaxed reflection of the family’s time together, revising the function and layout of the ground-floor rooms and filling them with casual, comfortable furnishings and artifacts collected abroad. One of the key changes we made to the space plan was to eliminate the formal dining room and transform an area off the kitchen into a casual gathering spot for our clients and their children. The expandable table and coffee/wine bar means the room can handle large dinner parties and small study sessions with similar ease. The family room was relocated from a lower level to be more central part of the main floor, encouraging more quality family time, and freeing up space for a spacious home gym. In the living room, lounge-worthy upholstery grounds the space, encouraging a relaxed and effortless West Coast vibe. Exposed wood beams recall the original Spanish-influence, but feel updated and fresh in a light wood stain. Throughout the entry and main floor, found artifacts punctate the softer textures — ceramics from New Mexico, religious sculpture from Asia and a quirky wall-mounted phone that belonged to our client’s grandmother.
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