Interior Design is categorized into many different design styles that are each unique and can be differentiated by certain design aspects. While there can be crossover between two or more styles, the combination of elements helps to determine a room's design style. Over the past few decades, quite a few new design styles have emerged, but most of them stem from 6 main styles: Traditional, Transitional, Contemporary, Minimalist, Eclectic, and Modern.
Eclectic Design is made up of layers of pattern, texture, and color. To create this relaxed look, use saturated colors, layered eclectic patterns, mixed metallics, and plenty of personality. Textures are used throughout including rattan, wicker, wood, macrame, and botanicals. The key to making this style look effortless relies on the principles of design, especially balance, rhythm, proportion, and scale.
One of the hardest styles to perfect is definitely the eclectic style. It's a look that seems the most laid back and effortless due to the mixing of different styles and elements, but it is so easy for this look to become cluttered and in disarray.
The eclectic style is a highly personal, curated look and highlights unique and personal touches as the main focus. With this style, you are able to combine pieces from different eras and styles to create a truly cultivated look.
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