5 ways to go eccentric with your interiors
Eccentric means bizarre and when it comes to interior designing that may not be the most comforting of etymologies. Eccentric can also mean ‘different’ or ‘unique’ and that may sound a bit better, but know that the essence of this word relates to individuality. Any interior brimming with individuality tends to be pretty unique and some people consider that a major pro when it comes to home designing. But eccentric is also an acquired taste. So when you think of this concept, think of something that is definitely out of the box and slightly extraordinary because nothing else would ever suffice. Below, we will be looking at some interiors that are the very definition of eccentric when it comes to interior design.
- Doll face
Many would consider arranging an asymmetric formation of weirdly doll-like paintings on a feature wall disheartening. But for someone who appreciates some eccentric individuality this would definitely be quite appealing. Maybe for an artist who wants to create a feature of their most beloved artworks or for someone who has a peculiar taste when it comes to accessorizing this could be the interior of their choice.
It is basic human instinct for you to find matchy-matchy objects for each and everything – be it clothes or accessories or even interior designs. But the interior below is a hodge-podge of interior accessories; from furniture to basic accessories and even feature pieces, each and every object has been designed to hold its own in the overall scheme of the design.
- A functional venture
A formal dining area is usually sequestered between the living room and the kitchen in new contemporary homes. But this one has a space of its own and features quite an eccentric design. The side bar in indigo is one of the most unique ideas ever and the otherwise austere color scheme adds to the peculiar design.
- The diwan
This particular interior has a very exceptional look – in that it has unique furniture design and an even more unique color scheme. Very few people like the combination of purple with blue, especially in velvet, but the designers have managed to pull it off in a very uncharacteristically successful way.
- Coffee home
Brining the café vibe into your own personal space can be a challenging task, but the designers have managed to pull it off in an exceptional way in the design below. The creative interlinking of the chalkboards and brick textures, along with the casual furniture design all contribute to the easy aesthetic of this particular design. The accessories and lighting are just the additional cherries on top.