The eclectic style allows one to decorate a place using variety of styles, colors, textures and materials in harmony to design a unique space for those who are indecisive when it comes to decoration styles. Here are 32 beautiful eclectic living room ideas and designs that you may love.
We try to find the best examples from popular designers and decorators.
1Designed by LEFT & LEVEL
2Designed by Evolve Residential
Eclectic style allows different patterns to be used together. Keeping the base of the living room neutral help to tie all the different patterns and colors in the accents together.
4Designed by Mallory, Reserve Home
5Designed by Jenny Komenda
It is a really beautiful eclectic living room decor. Even though you may want to showcase all of the interesting, vintage or sentimental items you have, choose a few items to avoid confusion and choose one item that stands out from the rest like a vintage red bike to design a focal point.
7Designed by Mary Beth Wagner Interiors
8Designed by Jenny Komenda
On the base of a traditional style living room, different textures used can immediately transform the room into an eclectic one. Layer ruffled fabric with smooth ones to balance things out.
10Designed by Collins Interiors
11Designed by Jenny Komenda
Using a few different materials together is key to the eclectic style. Use wood and metal together to mix roughness with smoothness against a neutral base to add variety.
13Designed by Collins Interiors
14Designed by Charlotte Harris Lucas
15Colors Used Freely
If there is any style that would handle mix of many different bold colors such as rich blue, red and yellow, that would be the eclectic style. The important point is to keep the base as neutral as possible and add only a few colors without going overboard, allowing eyes to rest at some point in the room.
16Designed by Jenkins Interiors
17Designed by Finntage
In a rustic living room with rustic furniture, contemporary seating set can actually be used. While one sofa is leather, the other can be fabric, while one wood is unpainted, the other can be painted white. Mix things as you go along until you reach the satisfying result.
19Designed by The Nice Stuff Collector
20Designed by Andrew Howard
Gray base is an amazing way to display the eye-catching pieces of furniture and accents in an eclectic living room. Woods, metals, different colors can all have their moment to shine when the base is calm.
22Designed by Finntage
23Designed by The Collective
24Cluttered but Collected
If minimalist style is popular with its uncluttered surfaces, the eclectic style is popular for the opposite. Use of different colors, styles and textures make the room look cluttered. The point is to control the clutter and make it look collected.
25Designed by Bari J.
26Designed by Andrew Howard
When it comes to decorating the walls, using metal frames with wooden shelves contrast each other, add depth and dimension to the place.
If you love collecting items from thrift stores or antique shops, an eclectic living room is the perfect setting to showcase them. An old trunk can be used as a side table to make it functional or an old wicker chair can be added to the room to bring a different vibe to a corner.
Do not be afraid to use the same patterns over and over in an eclectic living room. You can use one pattern at least for three times to design a cohesive space with the help of colors.
Different shades of the same color can be used throughout the living room while metals with different colors and finishes help bind everything together.
Instead of a neutral base, you can opt for a bold color like red for the base. Since the color itself is quite dominant, the variety of decorative pieces in the room need to be toned down to balance everything out.
32Each Piece Different
If you want to embrace the soul of the eclectic style, you can go bold and choose every single piece of furniture and decor objects different in style, color, material and texture to design an interesting look.