Mix and Match Furnishings
The secret to pulling it all together is using colors that contrast and complement each other. For example, if your china cabinet is mahogany and filled with items that are pastel colored, you can match those pastels in a chenille throw for the sofa. The colors flow continuously through the room, even though the style of furnishings may vary greatly.
Accessories Add Flair
With this style of decor, you can mix and match patterns and colors. You may decide to use burgundy, cream and blue. Use these colors throughout the room, and don't be afraid to throw in forest green if you like. Feel free to use light and dark shades of each color. Mix florals, plaids, stripes and solid patterns to jazz it all up and add a vibrant touch.
Funky artwork for the walls, unique knick knacks found at Family Pantry Collectibles, and thick throw pillows decorated in nubby textures with added fringe are all great additions for the eclectic look.
Put your creative ideas to work, throw in a touch of your own personality, and create rooms that are bursting with unique appeal and originality! Why settle for boring?