A most colourful kitchen
A most colourful kitchen
Lukonic
Charlie O'Beirne Kitchen designed, built and installed by Sustainable Kitchens, Bristol
An Eclectic Refurbishment to a Victorian Terraced House in Hampstead
An Eclectic Refurbishment to a Victorian Terraced House in Hampstead
Charles Tashima Architecture
The design focus for this North London Victorian terrace home design project was the refurbishment and reconfiguration of the ground floor together with additional space of a new side-return. Orienting and organising the interior architecture to maximise sunlight during the course of the day was one of our primary challenges solved. While the front of the house faces south-southeast with wonderful direct morning light, the rear garden faces northwest, consequently less light for most of the day. ​
Brixton
Brixton
Angel O'Donnell
Dark inchyra blue walls and fireplace create a warm and cosy Victorian living room. An inky blue Balzac armchair completes the look alongside a vintage drinks trolly full of vintage crystal glassware and unusual spirits. A large circular print by Kristjana S Williams provides splashes of colour as do the bold prints by Noma Bar, from his Negative Space series. White ceiling and voiles contrast with the rich colours in the room. Contemporary circular pendant light by Le Deun Luminaires.
Pembridge Gardens
Pembridge Gardens
Uliana Grishina | Photography
Design: PETER MIKIC Photo: Uliana Grishina / Photography
Totteridge Manor House
Totteridge Manor House
Emilie Fournet Interiors
The conservatory space was transformed into a bright space full of light and plants. It also doubles up as a small office space with plenty of storage and a very comfortable Victorian refurbished chaise longue to relax in.
Eclectic interiors can look like they’ve been thrown together effortlessly, but it’s only when you come to try to replicate the style that you realise it’s a bit harder than it first looks. Eclectic design uses elements from a varied mix of eras, styles and materials to create a fluid, often colourful, bohemian style. Unconventional in nature, eclectic interiors could incorporate vintage furniture pieces, contemporary patterns and prints, traditional accessories and industrial materials, all at the same time. With eclectic, there are no rules, but unfortunately you can still get it wrong. To help you get it right, take a look at some bohemian bedroom ideas and photos of eclectic living rooms to find inspiration.

If you’re looking for eclectic and bohemian bedroom ideas, try combining colourful patterned bed linen with traditional or vintage-style furniture, wooden floors, clean and contemporary white walls, and then perhaps include a gallery wall with some of your favourite art and photos. For an eclectic living room, you could look at a bohemian or tribal rug, some exposed brick, midcentury consoles and side tables, colourful cushions and a bookcase with colour-coded books.
Ireland
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