Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Eclectic Interiors Inspired by the City

My husband and I returned home just a couple of hours ago from our whirlwind trip to New York. It's after midnight and I'm ready to crash, so this post will be short and sweet!  The city is filled with an eclectic mix of architecture, people, fashion, and style, which somehow all work together on a grand scale. The same goes for eclectic interiors...sometimes mixing together the most unexpected furniture styles, accents, finishes, etc., can result in a gorgeous space that's interesting and inviting. Below are a few great examples of eclectic spaces that have been tastefully done. Please share your thoughts on mixing together unexpected styles, colors, patterns, etc. in your own home :) *** I can't wait to share the details and photos from NY - it was a pretty incredible experience. More to come on that later this week!






IMAGE CREDITS: HGTV; DECORPAD; COUNTRY LIVING

7 comments:

  1. i love mixing different styles particularly mixing traditional furniture pieces with more modern and contemporary in my house..love the mix of patterns too..but the most important thing is harmony like we see in the images above..looking forward to your NY update..have a lovely day! xx meenal

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  2. I am loving the drum coffee table in the first image... and I have always loved Emily Henderson's space with that fabulous gallery wall of artwork! Thanks for sharing!

    abodelove.blogspot.com

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  3. I love the farm table and modern chairs thinking of doing that in my new kitchen.

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  4. Love the framed maps! Lovely.

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  5. Fantastic photos. I'm surprised again and again what is possible. So inspiring ... ;)

    Enjoy this week!

    Tine

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  6. Stunning, particularly love the 4th one down. xx

    http://sometimeslondon.blogspot.com/

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