How to Decorate in the Eclectic Style…When You’re a Minimalist

When you hear the term ‘eclectic decor’, your mind probably conjures up images of rooms filled to the brim with pattern, color, and decorative objects. In reality, you don’t have to be a maximalist in order to be an eclectic decorator. An eclectic interior can be designed with restraint and with very little. Read on to explore these five ways minimalists can decorate in the eclectic style.

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Try This Foolproof Way to Style Green Accents

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.

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Six Cozy + Contemporary Rooms That Reimagine the Home Library

Home libraries don’t have to feel like they came straight out of a past era. Because they’re a timeless and comforting feature, built in bookshelves are ideal accents for creating spaces that are both cozy and contemporary. Gather styling inspiration from these rooms that reimagine the home library.

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10 Ways to Nail the Vintage Portrait Trend in an Eclectic Home

Eclectic interior designers are known for their sense of humor as well as their ability to seamlessly blend old and new. It’s no wonder, then, that they’ve gone crazy for the vintage portrait decor trend. Although eclectic designers don’t take themselves seriously, they do take their styling quite seriously. In order to make the trend work for your home, gather inspiration from the 10 following designs.

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How to Mix Green Tones in an Interior Color Scheme

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.

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Three Ways to Decorate Your Modern Home for Fall

Because autumn-inspired accents are typically tailored towards traditional homes, it might seem easier for owners and renters of modern homes to avoid fall decor altogether. The truth is that you don’t have to compromise your unique aesthetic to celebrate the change of seasons at home.

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Six Old Houses Remodeled With the Help of Orange Accents

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.

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