With eclectic interior styles like ‘industrial glam’ gaining traction, the impassive modern industrial home is soon to be a thing of the past. In order to make industrial spaces feel inviting and personal, more and more designers are starting to rely on vintage accents. If your style leans towards modern industrial, but you want a warm, eclectic look, look no further than to these designs for decorating inspiration.Read More
Today’s eclectic interior designer is Hanin Smith, also known as Beachy Bohème Interiors. With influences sourced from modern California coastal and bohemian styles, Hanin uses pattern and color in a clean, editorial fashion. Keep scrolling to get inspired by her work!Read More
Both energizing and tranquil, cobalt blue is the accent color of all accent colors. While this tone has been used throughout history, it still feels modern when used today. Whether it’s used in a boldly eclectic home or as a pop of color in a modern design, it truly does work within any color palette. Below, get inspired by these three ways to use it in your home.Read More
With its eclectic blend of cozy, whimsical, and editorial style, Swedish interior decor company Artilleriet has made quite a name for itself – within Scandinavia and the rest of the design world. With the company’s interest in Swedish food culture, their annual Christmas editorials naturally include stunning tablescape designs.
For a minimal yet eclectic Christmas tablescape design (with no lack of intimacy and atmosphere), consider these three takeaways from Artilleriet’s past and present Christmas campaigns.Read More
Minimalism and holiday decor are definitely not two interior design concepts typically associated with one another. It’s only natural, then, that DIY bloggers – some of the most creative forces in the decor world – have found ways to mesh the two. Below are eight of the best minimalist DIY holiday wreath tutorials out there, which include hoop wreaths, mini wreaths, asymmetrical wreaths, and non-circular wreaths. Happy DIYing and happy holidays!Read More
There’s no better time of year to flex your eclectic decor muscles than the holiday season. The catch, though, is that those who love to create a different holiday color palette and style each year can find themselves tight on funds and on storage space. The solution to both these problems is to re-use certain decorations each year – in conjunction with new ones.Read More
From haute bohemian to transitional, stripes look right at home in virtually any style of interior; there’s truly no decorative pattern more timeless or more versatile. To seamlessly blend stripes into your existing decor, explore these five ways to use a striped pattern in your home.Read More