Jane Richards Interiors
15 Dove Street
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Krita Raut added this to
Furniture Individual pieces in a variety of materials and designs form the backbone of an eclectic set up. Go by the rules of matching opposites and play shiny finish against matte and monochromes against bright hues. The same rule applies to materials as well. Colour There are no restrictions in terms of colours; bright primary colours can be placed with pastels, different shades of the same colours can be used through different décor elements. Neutrals are present in order to provide a breather. Though found in abundance, colours actually play a unifying role in an eclectic room.
Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to
1. There’s so much to take in, in this image – the table with the dogs under it, the sofa in the corner, the vibrant art and, of course, the pendant lights. A confluence of hues, materials and styles converge here – a little bit of vintage from the candelabras, quirkiness injected through the animal figurines and a contemporary touch with the modern paintings. All styles and pieces, however, come together without fighting for attention, and settle down harmoniously where each has an important role to play.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Ian Joseph added this to
This is an eclectic style room because of the pieces from around the world and art included on the walls.
Gloria Martinez- Cruz added this to
It has many different pattern and the art work is full of color.
Quinn Minton added this to
this is eclectic because there is a lot of different colors from the paintings and other artwork
Kate Cisne added this to
With the random personal touches between the modern dog statues, bright fun artwork, and worldly chandeliers make this an eclectic room