February 18, 2020.Reading time 2 minutes.
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.
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.
December 20, 2019.Reading time 2 minutes.
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.
December 14, 2019.Reading time 2 minutes.
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!
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.
November 8, 2019.Reading time 1 minute.
Nothing evokes the spirit of holiday season quite like a crackling fireplace, and if you’re lucky enough to have one in your home, it’s all you really need to usher in the season. If you chose to forego holiday decor altogether this year (or to go the minimal route), you can still create a festive, cheery mood in your home by making sure your decor is centered around your fireplace. Before you start decorating, get inspired by these cozy spaces.
October 14, 2019.Reading time 2 minutes.
Recent eclectic interior trends proved that dark, vintage inspired interiors can be chic. Believe it or not, it is possible to create a permanent Halloween-like atmosphere in your home without getting kitsch. For inspiration, study these 10 sophisticated rooms that celebrate spooky season throughout the year.
September 14, 2019.Reading time 3 minutes.
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.
September 7, 2019.Reading time 4 minutes.
From bohemian beach houses to Tudor Revival renovations, a variety of homes can benefit from a fresh coat of white paint. It’s not quite that simple, though. In order to get the most out of your paint job, you must pay attention to the decor surrounding your freshly painted walls.
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.