Many of us have beautiful eclectic decor in our homes, with furnishings that mean a lot to us. Maybe they’re antiques handed down from earlier generations in our families. Perhaps, it’s treasured pieces we’ve collected from flea markets, yard sales and vintage shops and lugged home in the trunk of the car or bed of our pickup.
All these things have special meaning for us, and we don’t want to part with them. And that’s great, but what happens if you’ve fallen in love with Mid-Century Modern style? No problem. It’s easy to go for an appealing eclectic style, merging modern pieces into your already eclectic rooms. Look below and see what you think. These modern-infused eclectic spaces may inspire a creative solution for your dilemma that works beautifully.
In this awesome eclectic dining room, modern botanical wallpaper, lighting, and dining chairs look great with their traditional and rustic style siblings.
In the living room shown below, you will notice the open, yet cozy space is made better by modern lighting and a few modern seating pieces.
And, above modern furnishings look very good in a room with classical interior architectural elements and stained-glass windows. The large area rug seems to tie it all together.
What do you think? Want to go for modern furnishings merged into your beloved eclectic rooms? You can start with small steps, like adding a modern light fixture or go big and bold with a sofa, lounge chairs and lamps in the living room and a beautiful mix of dining chairs (modern chairs of different designs seem to work so well together) around your trestle table in your large eat-in kitchen. And don’t stop there. A modern bench might be just the thing for your traditional foyer. A big comfortable lounge chair might look good in the guest room filled with a great assortment of “collected” furniture.
We’re here to help at GFURN if you need us.