If blending styles sounds appealing to you, an eclectic bedroom design could be the answer! Eclectic style is many things in one. On one hand, it’s an approach to styling a room by mixing elements of various styles in a harmonious way. It is also a globally-inspired look that celebrates a variety of patterns and furniture styles, both old and new. Eclectic design is perfect for a bedroom with its welcoming feel and informal aesthetic. When scrolling through our eclectic bedroom design ideas, it may appear as though there are no ‘rules’, no common color palette, or even a commonality in layout. Eclectic style is unique in that it’s a curated look (great for those estate sale hunters!) which gives an opportunity for a highly personalized approach. In an eclectic bedroom, you may find that the bed is adorned with layers of throw pillows in various textures and patterns. The rug below shouldn’t match perfectly but could be another layer of textural and colorful delight in the space. A bed that feels a bit more bohemian, with woven natural fibers as the headboard, could pair with a set of traditional style vintage nightstands. It’s the curation of the collected pieces and global inspiration that makes this style come alive. Eclectic bedroom ideas range far and wide, but like any bedroom, you don’t want it to be messy or visually cluttered. There is a fine line between eclectic and a whimsical mess, but keeping some type of aesthetic in mind when designing an eclectic space can help you from feeling overwhelmed by the mix of elements. One of the most important elements of an eclectic bedroom layout doesn’t actually take up any square footage, not horizontally at least! Artwork can not be forgotten in an eclectic style space. From gallery walls filled with photographs, mixed media walls with art, clocks, mirrors, you name it, to a more classic gallery wall of collected art, the walls in an eclectic bedroom need attention. Because a bedroom is a personal space, this is where you could display your favorite art that brings you joy but maybe doesn't fit into the other areas of your home. Mixing frames, styles of art and media can be a sure way to create a one of a kind eclectic art wall in your bedroom. The best part about eclectic bedroom design is that the rules bend. If you find yourself drawn to a more youthful bohemian style, this style will work wonders for you. If you have a collection of pieces from your travels, from art to furniture, and want them to all live in harmony, this style is also for you. There is much to be seen and said about eclectic design, so please enjoy our eclectic bedroom design inspiration to start your journey!
You don't need color to make a statement in your bedroom! Layer a sheepskin skin over a textured woven style and keep the mix of texture going in your accent pillows ranging from velvet to braided or fur. A funky lamp brings in an eclectic vibe and crisp white accents keep the room feeling clean and light.
We love this bold space, which uses patterns to create interest and color to keep things cozy. The geometric wallpaper, eclectic wall art, and patterned pillows almost seem like they would be too much, but thanks to a mellow neutral color scheme, all the patterns blend into an interesting yet cozy point.
A great way to bring together an assortment of eclectic items is by sticking to one or two colors that tie everything together. In this bedroom our designer chose pink and green to create a sense of harmony amongst the collected feeling items in the space.
There are so many warm and inviting elements in this space that tie together the collected feel of the decor. From the cain bed to the geometric woven pouf this room feels like it was put together by someone who is worldly yet unassuming, thanks, in large part, to the yummy salmon color of the walls.
This colorful bedroom is nothing short of a dream. With it's bohemian touches and beautiful color palette, the atmosphere is inspiring in itself. We love the simple but functional work station near the bed; it's perfect for working right in the natural light!
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