66 Eclectic Home Design Photos
The Turett Collaborative
The owners of this 520 square foot, three-level studio loft had a few requests for Turett's design tea,: use sustainable materials throughout; incorporate an eclectic mix of bright colors and textures; gut everything..but preserve two decorative tiles from the existing bathroom for nostalgic value. TCA drew on its experience with 'green' materials to integrate FSC-certified wood flooring and kitchen cabinets, recycled mosaic glass tiles in the kitchen and bathrooms, no-VOC paint and energy efficient lighting throughout the space. One of the main challenges for TCA was separating the different programmatic areas - ktichen, living room, and sleeping loft -- in an interesting way while maximizing the sense of space in a relatively small volume. The solution was a custom designed double-height screen of movable translucent panels that creates a hybrid room divider, feature wall, shelving system and guard rail. The three levels distinguished by the system are connected by stainless steel open riser stairs with FSC-certified treads to match the flooring. Creating a setting for the preserved ceramic pieces led to the development of this apartment's one-of-a-kind hidden gem: a 5'x7' powder room wall made of 126 six-inch tiles --each one unique--organized by color gradation. This complete renovation - from the plumbing fixtures and appliances to the hardware and finishes -- is a perfect example of TCA's ability to integrate sustainable design principles with a client's individual aims.
photo credits norbert banszyk
Kati Curtis Design
Kati Curtis Design completely gutted the existing bathroom to give it a more updated look and feel. Glass wall tiles and a new stone floor add just the right amount of sparkle and interest. A wall of decoupage plates from John Derian add interest and color.
Lorenzo Pagnini Architetto
Stefano Candito Photographe
© Stefano Candito
The Consulting House Inc
Designed a bathroom as part of a full basement build-out. I was asked by the client to incorporate some yellow/black street tiles and a manhole tile. I created a bathroom that simulated being outside on a road and the glass tile in the shower represent a stop light.
Ehlen Creative Communications
Photography by Mark Ehlen-Ehlen Creative Questions about this project contact Lynn Monson at email@example.com
KW Cowles Design/ KWC Virtual Interior Design
Major renovation and addition took this master bath from 45 sf to 160 sf.