“Contrast and texture are what lies at the heart of this eclectic, home interior”
The terms “modern” and “Tudor” usually don’t go together, but in this unique home, the two styles come together seamlessly. The interior of the home, however, displays a wonderful mixture of the two styles
A key element to an eclectic style is contrast, and using different textures in your interior can prove a quick fix. Marble, smooth leather, wood or steel against fluffy throws, woven rugs or coarse stone and brick add the much-loved aesthetic narrative of an eclectic home. In the dining room, a stunning, Italian hanging chandelier makes the space feel contemporary, while crown moldings harken back to more traditional times.
The earthy palette in the conversational sofas, coffee table, and hide rug, combined with the warm tones in the wooden cabinets and gorgeous stone backsplashes add a natural vibe tot the kitchen.
Every piece of furniture and decoration can have a story, but statement objects are what will add that perfect finishing touch to your room. Eclectic homes are perfect for showcasing fantastic furniture finds and unique artisanal pieces. These kinds of pieces tend to have a story of a trip somewhere or a small little shop that you found almost by accident. The burled wood and brass bookcase in the living room is that one special piece that stands on its own and steals the show. By accessorizing it with family photos, greenery and decorative objects, we created a collection of favorite items and proudly put them on display where they can be admired every day.
An eclectic bedroom showcases the individuality of its owner. Whimsical touches, such as the Slim Aarons “Oberon’s Lunch” photography and French crystal 1970s flush-mount ceiling light add interest and depth to the master bedroom. Skillfully mixing and matching elements in the room, such as the vintage rug and floating walnut dresser, creates a whimsical, unique vibe in the space.