Eclectic Style Home Design Ideas and Pictures

  1. Low Maintenance Garden: eclectic Garden by Cherry Mills Garden Design
  2. DINING SPACE: eclectic Dining room by IS AND REN STUDIOS LTD
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  4. Full Height Glazing & Roof Light in New Dining Room: eclectic Dining room by ArchitectureLIVE
  5. MOROCCAN GARDEN IN WALTHAMSTOW EAST LONDON: eclectic Garden by Earth Designs
  6. Edenbridge: eclectic Kitchen by Johnny Grey
  7. Queens Park House: eclectic Living room by Honeybee Interiors
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  9. House in Pune:  Terrace by The Orange Lane
  10. View from the Utility: eclectic Kitchen by PAN|brasilia UK Ltd
  11. Bedroom, Richmond Place, Bath: eclectic Bedroom by Concept Interior Design & Decoration Ltd
  12. France Kvartal: eclectic Living room by Space Options
  13. Musewll Hill, London: eclectic Living room by Jigsaw Interior Architecture
  14. Clerkenwell House 01: eclectic Study/office by YAM Studios
  15. larch cladding:  Terrace by design storey
  16. Stylish Sitting Room Design: eclectic Living room by IONS DESIGN
  17. Automatic steel gates: eclectic Garden by AGD Systems
  18. Cocina + ventanas: eclectic Kitchen by Radrizzani Rioja Arquitectos
  19. Complex Conservatory on Victorian Rectory: eclectic Conservatory by Vale Garden Houses
  20. Little LEIVARS: eclectic Nursery/kid’s room by LEIVARS
  21. The Dining Room : eclectic Dining room by Tailored Interiors Kent
  22. Pom Pom Garlands in the Garden : eclectic Garden by PomPom Galore
  23. Full House Renovation with Crittall Extension, London: eclectic Nursery/kid’s room by HollandGreen
  24. Bedroom: eclectic Bedroom by Kerry Holden Interiors
  25. Techos y ventanas:  Windows  by Radrizzani Rioja Arquitectos
  26. The Chipping Norton Kitchen by deVOL:  Built-in kitchens by deVOL Kitchens
  27. Residential Development, West Yorkshire: eclectic Bathroom by Wildblood Macdonald
  28. eclectic Nursery/kid’s room by Spegash Interiors
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  29. Feering Bury Farm Barn : eclectic Kitchen by Hudson Architects
  30. Feering Bury Farm Barn : eclectic Living room by Hudson Architects
  31. Porthleven:  Terrace by LEIVARS
  32. Kitchen: eclectic Kitchen by Jam Space Ltd
  33. eclectic Nursery/kid’s room by 더디자인 the dsgn
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What is the Eclectic style?

The term Eclectic derives from the Ancient Greek terms of ek and legein, which roughly translate to something similar to pick and choose. In today’s world, eclectic used a term for an interior design theme that is a mix of all styles simultaneously.  Think of a mix of modern, classic, 2nd hand, brand new, and everything in between,  all morphed into one. Sound confusing? Well, home interiors are as individual as we are, and no two homes will ever be the same. As many try and copy an interior design style, a lover of eclectic interiors will do the exact opposite, and create something very personal, unique, and bursting with character. It is surprising how well completely different styles can fit together, without looking like they are trying to too hard to be something they are not.

What are the main characteristics of this style? 

The one main characteristic when it comes to the eclectic style is that there is no typical eclectic interior. While minimalism is often characterised by all-white, and a country theme brings to mind timber, each eclectic interior can exude a completely different feeling. A varying combination of materials, textures, unique one-off items of furniture or decoration, and a using a wide array of colours are all part of what make the eclectic theme so individual.

How do I bring the Eclectic style into my home?

In order to adapt this style into your home, you do not have to seek inspiration from catalogues or showrooms, you just have to go with what feels best. There are a few questions you may ask yourself, in order to help you on your way to bring an eclectic style into your home. First, what do you like? When it comes to eclectic interior design, almost anything goes. Do you have a piece of furniture handed down to you through the family? Do you have some favoured armchairs you can’t seem to let go of? How about that whacky wall hanging you saw online? Go for it! Use these treasured items as the basis, and go from there. The best part about eclectic interiors is that they are never quite finished, and can always be added to, or changed when you get bored. Do not be afraid of things not matching, as the beauty of an eclectic interior comes from its quirky and mismatched feeling.