Eclectic Taste? Design an Eclectic Dining Room!

Like Antiques? Does your design style run toward Modern and Contemporary, and a little shabby chic? Are you a little bit traditional? Don’t want to mix some of one with another? Just Do it!

The best rooms designed today are not all about one theme, they cross over and bring in elements from several design styles to create a unique room that’s comfortable and suits your needs.

Here’s a dining room that mixes a trestle table with leather and upholstered chairs, a bench, limestone flooring, modern art, lighting from Restoration Hardware, and natural wood on the walls and barn door. The kitchen, seen through the doorway, is totally modern and compact.

So go ahead! Embrace several design styles to make your home your own!

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Since June 2012, I’ve been helping F4 Designs with interior design. In October, we finished the Desert Cove house for some really great clients. We took the walls down to the studs and completely reconfigured the layout. We used porcelain tile for the floors and bathrooms with glass tile accents. I love using Dunn Edwards paints. The rich colors in the office make it look like leather. In the master bedroom, we used a warm wood on the floor. I especially love, love, love the lights we choose throughout the house. Check out the chandelier above the master bath soaking tub. Here’s a picture of the kitchen. You can see more interior shots by clicking here.

F4 Designs: Desert Cove Kitchen Remodel

F4 Designs: Desert Cove Kitchen Remodel

We’ve have another four houses coming along, two will finish in the next couple of weeks. I’ll post here shortly when we have some good shots.

For more information about F4 Designs, please visit: www.f4designs.com. If you need help with your interior design, please give me a call.