10. Eclectic Design Style
An eclectic design brings together different styles from different eras. This is the most difficult style to utilize and produce a cohesive room. In order to pull of this “personal style”, designers agree that you have to to ensure commonality in the elements you choose. The eclectic design is considered a transitional style because it blends the contemporary and traditional elements to produce a functional, yet comfortable living area.
The eclectic design uses the room like a color palette. It own colour schemes are medium hues, such as taupe, hot pink, lavender, and chocolate. This style is attractive to people who desire a unique space and own a number of antique pieces and cultural art work.
Here are some examples of eclectic design styles for kitchens.
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