Eclectic design is all about bending the rules, and the asymmetrical bed trend is a key example! The basket plate wall that sits over one side of the bed doesn't feel heavy because the opposing side is balanced with a chic oversized wall lamp. The wall lamp adds a sleek touch, while the table lamp on the nightstand opposite contrasts with curves. The asymmetrical look can take some finagling, but it's a fun and fresh way of styling a bedroom!
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.
This generously proportioned exposed wood chaise is the ideal bedroom accompaniment, ideal for a nightcap and good book! A mid-century inspired open walnut bookcase adds a sculptural element with practical sensibilities. In complement to the chaise pattern, blue walls and Persian pattern art prints complete the look!
A dark paint color is the perfect start in creating a moody bedroom design! Layered rugs flank the bed with a mix of patterns and texture. The Tanja Trunk from Anthropologie features a Moroccan print for an eclectic edge and provides storage at the foot of the bed.
This space is sure to transport you to paradise. By layering soft varying tones of woods paired with greenery and dense patterns we were able to bring the outdoors inside. The bright blue banquette grounds the space with the perfect amount of color.
Take a break in this luscious green bedroom that is fit to sleep guests in a cozy atmosphere. This design is accented by many textures that make the space personal and unique. Bold wall art pulls the space together and makes the space cozy.
If you're ready to go for color in a big way, don't hold back. Take an eclectic approach by painting your walls in a bold color and then bring in bright upholstered seating, like a yellow sofa and a blue armchair. One trick is to stick to cool primary colors, then offset it with a warm hue, as in this living room, which brings mixes classic blue and green walls with a pop of yellow. Keeping your accent pieces to black and white will also help round out the vibrant colors.
One of the best things about modern dining spaces is that they often come with gorgeous interior architectural elements, such as exposed wood beams or perfect-condition walls. But even then, it can be hard to decorate a dining room to feel warm, inviting, and airy. Some easy solutions? Try leaning a floor-to-ceiling mirror to give the illusion of more space and bounce light around the room, or hang one statement colorful artwork to shift the focus upward. These are surefire ways to expand the perception of any dining space, which is often eye-level focused.