This traditional bedroom with bohemian touches is richly layered for a comfortable, lived-in look. The clean-lined canopy bed features a curtained headboard that gives the bed added dimension and creates a focal point for the space. Art is both hung and leaning, giving the grouping a casual feel.
Eastern accents blend with modern upholstery and traditional antiques in this eclectic living room. Custom draperies bring bold pattern to the windows, and ample throw pillows pull from the drapery fabric to disperse color throughout the space.
This navy blue bathroom exudes old world elegance with a sumptuous rug, a table lamp with a statue base and patterned curtains in rich colors. The standout feature of the space, though, is the incredible tile work on the walls, visually creating a sort of woven wainscoting.
Allover pattern makes a big splash in this jewel box of a powder room. Eclectic accessories with a Far East flair connect the space to other rooms in the home. A clean-lined vanity with an open base adds a contemporary touch and keeps the design from feeling heavy.
This bright and sunny living rooms features an array of patterns and materials for a fun, eclectic look. A stone fireplace is paired with exposed ceiling beams for a cozy, rustic feel. Bold, graphic armchairs and pillows are a colorful and contemporary touch.
This traditional dining room offers layers of texture, pattern and interest, with exotic and bohemian touches that bring distinction to the space. Three styles of seating around the table accommodate various types and sizes of gatherings. A suspended candelabra fixture lights up the room while setting an intimate tone.
Floor-to-ceiling windows all along the side wall of this spacious living room look out onto the Vail, Colorado valley and mountains. Sofas placed back to back divide the space and help create two separate seating areas.
Designer Andrea Schumacher creates a rich, classic look by pairing khaki-colored grasscloth wallcovering with blue-and-white Suzani-style draperies that perfectly frame the piece-de-resistance: the freestanding cast iron tub.
Fill a space with pieces and patterns you love, even if they seem wildly different. Keeping one or two similar colors between them will help to pull the look together.