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How to Mix and Match Furniture for an Eclectic Look

How to Mix and Match Furniture for an Eclectic Look

Creating an eclectic look in your home can be a fun and exciting way to express your unique style. By mixing and matching furniture from different collections, you can create a space that is truly your own. In this article, we will guide you on how to mix and match furniture from three collections available on Accent Chairs, Accent Tables, and Lamps.

Accent Chairs

Accent chairs are a great way to add style, comfort, and functionality to your space. They can diversify your aesthetic and anchor a look, making the choice of an accent chair multifaceted
When selecting an accent chair, consider its color, pattern, shape, and size. It should fill the space without clashing with the existing decor. If you're using accent chairs in formal areas such as a living room or den, arrange them in a way that encourages conversation

Accent Tables

Accent tables can add style to your space and serve as functional table options. They can anchor and accent a space, providing a unique touch to your home decor

For instance, the Abu Accent Table from, with its seated ape molded in cast aluminum, adds a whimsical design element to your space

The Thermo accent table, with its thin and airy design, is a barely-there solution for an open-feel, contemporary interior

Lamps are not just practical, they can also be stylish. Incorporating lighting controls and eclectic decor into your home design can create a space that is both functional and stylish
When designing a home with lighting controls and eclectic decor, it's important to consider the size of the space. Choose lighting fixtures that are scaled appropriately to the room. Large fixtures can overwhelm a small space, while small fixtures can look lost in a larger room.

Mixing and Matching

When mixing and matching different styles of decor, you can be encouraged to enjoy varied decor modes. You also get comfortable with combining various eras and styles of furnishings and accessories
However, it's important to weave a common thread or theme throughout your home’s décor. This can create a sense of cohesion if the color palette or furniture styles differ somewhat between adjoining spaces

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