All You Must Know About Eclectic Style Interior
Let your creative self out of the boring shell and curate your own space with eclectic style. You can play around with different styles such as minimalistic, mid-century modern style, contemporary style and mix them together to make your style eclectic. An eclectic style of décor may include all the bold and subtle elements all together, perfectly balanced to form its own style. Derived from the Greek word ‘Eklektikkos’, eclectic style means ‘to choose the best’. While curating your own best space, you can explore your style through an eclectic medium. Pair colorful sofas with a muted toned area rug, a small stool with beautiful, long metallic floor lamps.
Here are a few ways to help you with an eclectic style of décor:
Eclectic Style Living Room
For a spacious living room, the eclectic style goes well with vibrant colors and a touch of metallic hues. Add a beautiful pouf next to your seating area and place the metallic floor lamp nearby. The bedroom can be well arranged with the help of a well-decorated headboard and a perfect touch with your personal elements.
Mix patterns according to the style and the colors that you choose. There are various colors and patterns that go well with each other. Blue, yellow, white, coffee are some of the colors that enhance the look of your home décor. You can also add mild colors which are subtle in nature and look best when mixed-and-matched.
Eclectic Style Bedroom
A perfect eclectic styled bedroom consists of velvet elements, such as throw pillows, settee as well as an ottoman. Made from various materials, the bedcover can be paired with patterned pillows and curtains. Add a mirror to bring ample space inside the bedroom. You can also make your room look interesting by adding decorative lights and potpourri.
A beautiful picture wall can add value to your space. You can hang personalized pictures, beautiful paintings as well as statement mirrors hung together in clusters to form one statement wall. Picture walls can also be decorated with small and big frames, and DIY macramé which complements the color of the wall.
Experiment with Elements
You can also experiment with colors, patterns, designs as well as the type of furniture which you would want to place at your home. If the space is big enough, it would be easy to mix-and-match various pieces of furniture and pair them with each other. Make sure to use different sizes of furniture to balance the look of the space.