Tuesday, August 18, 2009

A contemporary midwest home that pulls off eclectic!

I love this home. It's so natural looking - granted a bit too clean to really be lived in - but I love how furnishings and decor are pulled from different spots on the globe, at different times in history, and yet it still flows together. Thoughts?



I like how the mirror falls behind the couch a bit - it keeps the room looking casual


Love those slipcovers



I want a farm table!


via BHG

14 comments:

my favorite and my best said...

very homey! love the nook.

Cristin said...

What a pretty home! I don't think white couches or chairs are practical, (unless you're single with no pets, and you only drink water) but man its gorgeous!

inthetweeds said...

I just love this! So pretty! It's such a nice mix of furniture and accessories...and love the brown/white combo.

Nuit said...

wow the chandelier, the little round table, the farm table, the patterns... I LOVE it!!!

Berry said...

Wow! I adore this! It's so clean and fresh. Very sharp!

Dagny @ Beautiful Living said...

Love the effect of the ocersized mirror behind the couch. Very successful!

Brim said...

Very cozy. Love the fireplace mantel accessories! All the unfinished, natural wood keeps it organic with the white linen and natural elements.

Jillian Frances said...

I love how this house is neutral but not boring. The framed chalkboard is my favorite.

Sushikay said...

Very pretty home! I have a basket similar to the one under the hutch! I also love the chalkboard...it looks like it was made from an ornate frame. Love it!
Thanks for sharing.
sushikaydesigns@blogspot.com

Rebecca@Harmony and Home said...

I love the room color! The dining room is casual and wonderful too! Thanks!

Hudson Goods said...

Love the farm table!

Down Pillow said...

I really like the style of this home - it's a hard one to nail. I'd love to have the beautiful chandelier in the second photo :)

Caroline said...

I love eclectic homes, to me they are more interesting than picking one style and repeating it over and over again in every room. This house works because they kept the colors muted and neutral so that every piece blended while at the same time stood out.

tovsa said...

Hi

Firstly, I love your blog. I come here on a daily basis!
I wanted to know where you find the pictures of this house. I really love it and would love to find higher resolution pictures.

Thank you!

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