July 15, 2020.Reading time 1 minute.
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!
June 23, 2020.Reading time 2 minutes.
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.
April 20, 2020.Reading time 2 minutes.
With a fresh yet timeless character, green tones are ideal for anyone looking bring a pop of color into their interior. Even though green is one of the easiest accent colors to master, it’s never easy to incorporate color into your interior, which is why you should style green decor with wooden accents. When you use this dynamic duo mindfully, you’re guaranteed to achieve your vision.
January 3, 2020.Reading time 5 minutes.
If you want to create a layered look for your home, a monochrome color palette is a great option, and you can’t go wrong a monochrome green palette. This color family works in any style of room and can be used throughout a home without clashing. Before you start decorating, use this post as a guide for mixing green accents in your home.
November 29, 2019.Reading time 4 minutes.
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.
August 23, 2019.Reading time 8 minutes.
In the last post, you saw examples of the interior decorating world’s newfound love for orange accents, which are both transformative and surprisingly versatile. Sometimes modern, and sometimes transitional, orange’s power is not limited to contemporary decorative styles. The right shade and styling of an orange accent can highlight a historic home’s original architectural features while simultaneously updating it.
August 2, 2019.Reading time 6 minutes.
It’s easy to throw your existing decor out of balance when you bring an orange accent into your home. Consequently, orange has developed a bad reputation. Many people (even those who aren’t color adverse) avoid it all together when decorating their homes. In turn, they don’t get a chance to experience both its surprising versatility and its transformative power.