Bold, beautiful, blended; just a few words to describe an eclectic home office design! With no real rules, a variety of styles, and a one-of-a-kind approach, eclectic design can be super exciting and yet daunting. Eclectic style design is really a curated collection of several design styles, from Mid-Century Modern to bohemian, to touches of industrial, and arguably everything in between. At first glance, eclectic home office design ideas may seem like a random bunch of elements that someone waved a magic wand over, making it all beautifully cohesive. What isn’t seen is how each element is carefully considered and curated for the end goal of a harmonious yet unique vision. Eclectic design may not necessarily have rules like the other design styles, however, when designing a home office space, there are rules! The most important one bein function; a home office is after all a space to work and create in, so some sense of order and practicality need to be forefront. Before any curation or even color choices take place in the design journey, figuring out what the eclectic home office layout will look like is essential. Even if you have the most extravagant peacock style chair and Donald Draper-Esque Mid-Century Modern desk, you mustn’t forget that you will be sitting there working. Choosing colors that inspire you, energize, or even calm your nerves is very important. Eclectic design is all about the layering of color, pattern, and texture, and a home office is no different. When thinking about your eclectic home office design ideas, having a color palette in mind can be very helpful. If there are a few colors you are drawn too, look for those in patterns and decor. Keeping your home office bold and unique aren’t things you need to sacrifice, but curating an eclectic office that fosters an environment you can work in is something that takes careful consideration. Color is just one thing to consider when it comes to eclectic home office ideas! Another element is artwork. Eclectic spaces are all about gallery walls, impactful artwork, and sculptural wall decor. Artwork can be a beautiful way to incorporate your personal mementos and style. For instance, you can have an eclectic gallery wall of family photos in an array of blended style picture frames. You could also opt for a gallery wall that showcases the art of different eras, style, and proportions, but is made cohesive by frames, colors or patterns. There are many options for artwork in an eclectic space, and when thinking of your eclectic home office ideas, it should not be forgone! We know there is much to consider for a home office, and throwing eclectic style into the mix only adds another level of fun and challenge, which is why we compiled a list of beautiful eclectic home office design inspiration!
Pillows are a great way to add color and texture to any space. In this design we were able to incorporate different jewel tones and unique patterns into our home office through our pillow selection. Pillows are a convinent and impactful way to express your style without making permanent changes.
Reading nooks can be interesting with a mix of statement pieces with your usual pieces like a neutral armchair. Pick a statement piece like the Hand Table in Black, and complement it with an eye-catching art piece on the wall. The neutral color in the reading chair contrasts with the dark textured fabric in the pouf bringing your reading corner to life.
Home office design should boost your creativity and productivity; this relaxing and graceful home office does exactly that. The vintage desk, retro chair, comfortable mid-century leather loveseat, and modern reclaimed wood storage give this office its eclectic vibe. The neutral tones help pull this look together.
Choosing blue for your home office not only brings a calming effect but also produces focus and productivity. Having a blue accent wall, art, and accessories helps bring a more stable environment. Adding a separate seating area is a great way to add a different place to work from or just relax for a few.
Contrasting black and white in an office is simple and sophisticated. The foundation pieces like the desk and armchair are white, and they contrast against a black bookshelf, office chair, and rug creating balance. Pick out a few black and white art pieces, and you are set.
This office seating area is a combination of the Southwestern vintage and contemporary minimalism. To create this eclectic area we chose browns and reds, minimal pieces like the armchairs, ethnic patterns, and a bold side table. In general, this view is serious, warm and nostalgic.
Love pattern and color but afraid of overdoing it? Take a cue from this carefully curated bohemian masterpiece and keep the color palette limited to a few dominant colors, vary the patterns so the scales don't compete, and keep the rug and furniture interesting, but neutral. Balance the design with a gallery wall that follows the same design principles and you will have all of the ingredients to a gorgeous, eclectic design.
This eclectic office nook screams warm and inviting! An arched bookcase is perfectly placed next to the sleek leather chair for storing your next reads and collected pieces. A neutral gallery wall is a great way to bring some personality to the space without sacrificing sophistication.
Bold, blue walls, colorful, oversized artwork and gorgeous carved wood furniture create the perfect mix in this eclectic home office. Globally inspired pieces like the Moroccan shag rug and Tibetan tapestry sit alongside glam elements like the bright pink velvet chair, capiz pendant and brass accents to create a unique design that is equal parts bohemian and beautiful. Even the most glamorous of world travelers would no doubt love to come home to this.
The Roxie Sideboard adds an old age charm to this space through its floral hand-carved pattern. It amplifies the beauty quotient of this office and provides sufficient storage to keep this office clutter-free. The leather chair, with its modern rustic look and mirrors, adds more charm to this black and white eclectic office.
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