Eclectic is such a big buzz word as of late. But what the heck does it mean?! It's all about balancing seemingly differing styles, patterns, and textures into one cohesive space. It may seem a little overwhelming at first, but fret not -- there are some simple rules you can follow to create a cozy, eclectic home you won’t want to leave.
In eclectic interior design, opposites attract! Think pairing sleek mid-century pieces with lush, boho textures, or mixing vintage with modern pieces for that “collected-over-time” feel to give your space a super curated vibe. When it comes to eclectic, fun and unexpected is good. This style is particularly awesome if you want update your space, but still hold on to your most-loved pieces, regardless of their style. Here’s how how we turned this master suite into a funky oasis.
1. The Color Palette:
Eclectic style means a mix of unexpected colors! Grounding bright colors with strong neutrals helps achieve balance. Here’s what we used to get the look:
Base Wall Paint: Benjamin Moore Winter Lake, Benjamin Moore Onyx
Accents: Marigold, Emerald Green, Fuscia, Blush