Quirky, intriguing and full of surprises, an eclectic farmhouse interior imparts a free-spirited, crafty nature that blends different cultures and design styles. A vagabond mix of color and texture, rustic vintage and cutting edge modern, simple yet quirky, the design speaks to its unique personality of thinking outside the box. Although it is freedom from conflicting ideas and a free spirit, it is one of the most difficult styles to get right. Contrasting hues, mix of colors and textures, yet appealing to the eye, there is an inside method to the eclectic design style.
Using reclaimed antique sheers, each uniquely carved and traces of color seeped into the wood over its life, the soft rustic wood texture is full of life. Vibrations flow freely and energy flows from room to room similar to a stream that runs through mountains and plains, picking up pebbles, flowers, sticks and grass on its journey.
The eclectic design is a celebration of life seen in the aristocratic brass doors, the carved peacock door cabinet and the simply fabulous chakra carved teal long sideboard. Working in balance with nature, incorporating the elements organically with reclaimed woods and symbols of nature such as sunbeams and lotus-carved cabinetry, the style is highly personal and cohesive.
A unique and eclectic home inspired by striking antique furniture that is intriguing in its history. The antique brass hope chest doubles as a wine chest and the coffee table was made from an ancient Indian door, the land of the Vedas and yoga. The story behind each of these pieces makes them unique and eclectic.
The whimsical and eclectic living room has a dining table custom made with the doors of an old barn and the white walls act as a backdrop against the grassy green and marigold yellow upholstered chairs that brighten the wood tones. Mixing rustic and eclectic wood furniture with bright textures, the red tones in the huge cabinet integrate into the design. The atmosphere of the room is lively and warm, creating magic with the wall decoration of a carved Buddha in natural wood tones.
A large, bold carved sculpture of Indian gods makes the eclectic room vibrate with energy. The wall behind has waterfalls and strategically placed plants. Art is an expression of self, an essential part of eclectic design. Combine oil and watercolor paintings by local artists, intriguing old world sculptures, antique jewelry and create an aesthetically pleasing arrangement. Your home is who you are, beautiful and free spirited, loving and nurturing of nature, healthy and prosperous, finding joy in every experience.