Arcadian Home’s Mari – Guest Blogger for k2 Studio
Hello, all! It’s Mari here from Arcadian Home blog, a great place to find lots of interior design and decorating inspirations. I’m so happy to be visiting with you today at k2 Studio to share a guest post about one of my favorite topics – beautiful eclectic spaces. From wallpaper in the foyer to dining room table decor, it’s so much fun to add exciting eclectic style to interiors. No matter what a room’s basic style is, it can be brought to life with elements pulled from a lovely mix of other styles and periods. The result is eclectic style–a highly personalized look.
For your inspiration, here are eight very diverse eclectic spaces we hope you’ll love. Please enjoy!
A foyer is the perfect space for experimenting with bold color. Here, brilliant red creates excitement with an eclectic mix of furnishings, wallpaper and artwork.
In this all-white living room, splashes of vivid color make a big impact. The oversize pendant lighting fixture with its appealing array of colorful (and pattern-lined) lamp shades brings a bold touch of traditional style to the very contemporary space.
This exciting eclectic room design will easily grow with baby, from nursery to toddler, big kid and teen. It’s an amazing space in which to grow and thrive.
Toss pillows and an ever-changing vignette of favorite decorative accessories and found objects can add color, personality and eclectic charm to any living room.
Can a collection of clear glass cake stands be considered exciting? The answer is a definite “yes” in this sedate eclectic room design. Adding birds’ nests is a clever and unique display element.
Navy, white and pink fabrics add a lively vibe to this eclectic dining room. Mid-Century buffet lamps are perfect with the traditional gold-framed artwork. A great eclectic look: leek modern lamps + ornate crystal chandelier.
Traditional ethnic patterns meld beautifully with contemporary furnishings to create eclectic excitement.
Creating personalized eclectic spaces can be even more fun for those who learn about the history and origin of the furnishings, lighting and accessories they discover and fall in love with. Images 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8
What do you think about these eclectic spaces? Leave a comment and be sure to stop by our website for more home decor, lighting, and interior inspirations!