Eclectic – A Multifarious Phenomenon
Literally referring to stylish, eclectic refers to a little something different, when it comes to designing. We have so many conventional entries in the interior design genre now, that it can be hard to execute that perfect positive gravitas in a seamless articulation with just using the conventional linguistics of designs. When something becomes typical, even the most interesting of designs can have no pathos, leading to the creation of a standardized, typical formation with a negative gravitas. In contrast, when you go hybrid, you can get a lot of ideas from various styles, find the perfectly contrasting color scheme and amalgamate all of these to create a bigger, more beautiful picture. The eclectic aesthetic embraces all manner of positive and relative applications, and combines the together to create an ambiance that is not only fun to look at, but also an adventure to live in. this concept might be articulated within the bounds of an interior scape phenomenon, including but not limited to ceiling design, lighting, false ceiling design and furniture design. In light of all this, today we will be looking at a few interiors that have eloquently followed the eclectic theme.
1. Beiges, Browns and Eccentric
This interior is a combination of many a styles – from retro to Americana to transitional, and employs an air of kittenish playfulness that is at the same tie subdued as well as functional. Just look at the beautiful bookshelf design, and its strategic contrasting against the simplicity of the furniture – well thought out, and well organized.
2. Color Theory
The use of colors, especially in semi monochromatic schemes plays a huge role in defining the ambiance of the space. This interior demonstrates just how you need to ix and match that splash of color to better contrast a dull interior scape to the fullest.
3. Going Light
Using a bright, popping color scheme against a dull characterization of space has become quite a nor, but this particular eclectic interior design shows just how you can amalgamate a neo classical and retro scheme along with a grey, white and pastel blue color scheme to get the most elegant of spatial designs.
White and Black may be the colors of candor, but they are also the classiest interpretation of the downscale color palate. this interior incorporates both of these hues and plays with them in a way that makes the space a winner.
5. Contemporary Zen
This bedroom is the embodiment of all things modern and contemporary with added splashes of Zen. The design is simple and minimalistic, but at the same time, also stylistic and forward. This unique combination is not one that would have made sense on paper, but is definitely a winner in application.