Eclecticism in architecture and interior design mean mixing styles and techniques. And there is no set rules on how exactly this happens. This lack of clear boundaries gives itself a chance to show our infinite ingenuity and creative initiative.
They say that the interior is an environment artificially created by man for man, which directly affects the standard of living. Probably it is true, but it is also true that the interior has a strong influence on mood and self-esteem of people.
So all strive to create in our home atmosphere that most accurately answer and reflect to our own personality on the one hand and on the other – the interior of the home to create comfort, to bring peace of mind and gives us good energy.
The modern interior, which in recent years has been marked with the sign of minimalism, slowly began to withdraw from this trend and to give the more significant to the eclecticism – the territory of the harmonious coexistence of styles and cultures expressing human cosmopolitanism and globalization of today’s world.
Why, for instance, carpet in patchwork style does not suit the sofa in classic style, or rattan armchairs not look good in the living room, whose floor is covered with carpet animal skin type?
Does colorful cushions can coexist peacefully with modern furniture? Or chairs in different styles at the table for meals are not equally comfortable?
The notion of perfect environment for relax now includes not only clean calm lines, typical for minimalism, but also bright mix of colors, styles, shapes and incredibly bold combinations of materials and fabrics.
Opportunities for improvisation are boundless – the important thing is the result even for some to border with kitsch, to bring the necessary balanced equilibrium between comfort and especially individuality.
Because fashion trends are one thing, but life and home comfort, in which it primarily takes place, is something else! Only you can specify rules for comfort in your home!