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. It’s in the styling of colorful accents where decorators tend to get stuck.

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Eclectic Designer Crush: Trim Design Co.

Trim Design Co. is a boutique interior design firm founded by designers Annabel Joy and Jen Dulac. With an aesthetic that’s centered around styling classic pieces with a bohemian point of view, Trim provides full-service interior design and luxury DIY eDesign packages for their clients unique tastes.

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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. No matter the the type of home you live in, you can gather styling inspiration from these rooms that reimagine the home library.

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Renovation Inspiration: Six Old Houses Updated 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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