Tips For Eclectic Decorating


Incorporating certain pieces can dramatically enhance the cabin’s aesthetic. Natural logs or distressed wood often makes the best rustic furniture. Look for beds, sofas, or coffee tables with these materials for a true log cabin feel.

  • From Charles M. Schulz’s wise words to Constantin Brancusi’s pure design insights, let your walls tell a story of beauty and inspiration.
  • Instead of trying to find a ready-made shade that matches a particular wallpaper or fabric, it will be easier if you custom-order one or allow the shade to provide an accent color.
  • Turn a large landing into a purposeful space to optimize unused space and create a bonus room where there once was none.
  • If the weather isn’t quite warm enough for outdoor entertaining, dress up a screened-in porch in springy hues instead.
  • In this Spanish Colonial style living room from interior designer Tyler Karu, a repurposed vintage trunk doubles as a coffee table, complementing the earthy brown tones of the room.
  • Select ready-made floral arrangements when you need a special centerpiece for family meals, or create customized looks with flowers, stems and sprays by using floral supplies from our collection.

Brighten up your stairwell with a warm shade of yellow paint that will glow like a ray of sun, like this small staircase from Studio Peake.

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Note how the sofa sits centrally under a panel, which is the perfect fit for it. This creates a neat, pleasing symmetry in interior design, only heightened by the painting in the central panel. Instagram @kimsoohomeKim Soo stands as one of Bali’s most dreamy interiors and homeware stores, offering a photogenic shopping experience akin to being in a modern villa.

  • The designer incorporated new and existing furniture pieces, recommended changing the floorplan/layout to maximize the functionality of the space and chose beautiful accent pieces that I adore.
  • An L-shaped sectional helps to define the living area of this open plan living and dining room from Cathie Hong Interiors.
  • You cannot go wrong with checkered prints, or plaids for that matter.
  • Pair with rustic wood accents or vintage-inspired decor for a cohesive look.
  • Minimalist interior design is often monochromatic or uses a limited color palette, focusing on the use of varied textures and quality materials to create a warm and livable feel.