I don’t know about you, but sometimes I get a little bit tired of seeing the minimal aesthetic. While I love it, and it brings about a very necessary sense of serenity that I need in my every day life (visual clutter has become a phobia of mine), there’s something extra special about a space that isn’t afraid to be too much.
It’s important to remember to have fun with your interior design projects, and a great way to do that is to remember to be eclectic! This can come in so many different forms. You can get a little wild with your linens, throw some wallpaper up, or just have a ridiculous collection of throw pillows.
Whatever fits your fancy – whether it’s one-of-a-kind lamps or a big shelf to host all of your most precious trinkets – hopefully this collection not only gives you permission to engage in the more fun and fantastical side of life, but also inspiration!
1. The Window Room
Floors & Walls: We’re starting off this collection rather gently with this one. A space that incorporates light and pattern to create a room that is inviting, cozy, and entirely unique.
Beautifully stained hardwood floors get us grounded, while white walls are the perfect choice for a room so bright and open. The black window framing around the very generously sized windows provide a really dramatic and welcome contrast against the white.
Features & Furniture: This simple bed frame is a great choice, especially when you’re looking to let the other pieces of the room have their time to shine. Sweet matching side tables are host to everything you need before bed, while a neat little bamboo accent table brings us into that eclectic feel we’re all here for.
Decorations: The decor is where we really get into the eclectic vibes. Not one, but two brightly patterned rugs feel super boho and welcoming, interesting table lamps mirror their matching tables, and a bright and funky piece of artwork above the bed really brings everything together.
2. The Sauna Primary Bedroom
Floors & Walls: I think that this room is my personal favorite in the collection. It is so rare to see carpeted floors nowadays, and even more rare to see carpeted floors that are like, completely chic and wonderful.
I LOVE this carpet color. It’s super vintage feeling and classy at the same time, and it pairs beautifully with the wood panels on the walls, and the glorious corner fireplace made from red brick. It’s like 70’s drink lounge meets cabin core.
Features & Furniture: The furniture pieces are all rather simple in this room, and there’s no trouble with that. Since the main features of the space demand so much attention, it’s safe to go a little bit more subdued with the furniture. This of course is excluding the fantastic metal framed, orange upholstered rocking chair in the corner.
Decorations: This space actually isn’t so heavily decorated, but where there are decorations, they’re really wonderful! My personal favorite piece is the interesting wall sculpture all twisted and turned to look like faces. I love this room.
3. The Red Cloud Primary Bedroom
Floors & Walls: Another pretty rare thing to see is texture incorporated into wall paint! We see bold colors, we see patterned wallpaper, but actually creating a visual effect with wall paint is such a cool way to make your space feel all that much more interesting.
This amazing, cloudy, burnt orange accent wall is such a lovely couple with the dark hardwood floors, the off-white primary walls, and the rustic exposed wooden beams in the ceiling.
Features & Furniture: This super low bed frame is a great way to maintain that feeling of openness in an already open room. Sweet little midcentury modern inspired furniture pieces really fit the bill with the color scheme as well. Very smart choices, especially considering the monochromatic effect the room has.
Decorations: I really appreciate the fact that the only extra decoration we get in this room is the geometric patterned rug, which is in high contrast to the floral pattern of the duvet cover. I love me some contrasting patterns, do you?
4. The Nothin-but-Brick Primary Bedroom
Floors & Walls: This reminds me of my phase of life when I was obsessed with listening to Feist and I only drank matcha. Y’know? This lovely, rustic, and nostalgic feeling room starts with beautiful hardwood floors, and exposed brick that has been left to adorn every wall. White ceilings ensure that things don’t end up feeling too closed in.
Features & Furniture: This room has a bit of an industrial feel with its furniture choices. The frameless bed frame and the stainless steel low shelf are industrial, while the antique wooden chair and coat rack are just cozy and cute.
Decorations: I appreciate the decorations in this room, from the simple striped throw pillows to the framed photos, everything is very intentional and feels very personal too, which is what a bedroom should be!
5. The Grown-Up Princess Room
Floors & Walls: Now this room is eclectic in a different way! I think that this was what I imagined my adult self’s room would look like when I was 5. Let’s just say my taste has changed and evolved over the years.
The space starts with mosaically arranged wood floors, one accent wall painted lilac, with the other walls being covered in a very regal, subdued purple wallpaper. Though not my taste, I can absolutely appreciate the ornate beauty of this wallpaper.
Features & Furniture: A very cushy head board extends beyond the mattress itself, to also encompass a set of matching side tables. I adore the built in shelving on the east side of the room. While all of the elements individually are rather plain, when they’re brought together, they create something quite special!
Decorations: I adore how texture is emphasized in this room, found in the super shaggy, dark purple rug, the vase of fresh flowers, the super soft and sultry looking bed spread, and the pots of plants on the shelf. Lovely!
6. The Mid-Century Antique Primary Bedroom
Floors & Walls: This room I find to be just quite quaint and cute. Super dark hardwood floors create a rather dramatic contrast against the crisp white walls, and also makes way for some fun furnishing opportunities.
Features & Furniture: I think that bed frames with built in side tables like this are not only so stylish, but so handy! This is a really midcentury modern inspired look, but I appreciate how the cut in actual frame of the bed creates more space in the room. The midcentury credenza is simply to die for, but I think I would have switched out this antique accent chair for something that fit the aesthetic a bit more.
Decorations: This room is very quaintly decorated with classic pieces like a globe, and some throw pillows, but I personally would have change the color of throw pillows on the bed. The patterned rug gives us a little modern flare!
7. The Boho-Chic Primary Bedroom
Floors & Walls: I really like this room. I find it to be super peaceful and serene. It all starts with some modern, sandy stained hardwood floors that aren’t that far off from the off-white painted walls. I find this square window to be so dramatic and lovely.
Features & Furniture: I think that the rustic bed frame we see here really makes the whole room. It provides a warmth and sturdiness, while so much of the room is open and airy. I think the use of small side tables was a good choice next to such a commanding bed.
Decorations: This primary bedroom is decorated in the perfect way with pots of happy plants, textured and colorful throw pillows and blankets, and of course, a nice and soft floor mat to warm your tootsies when you step out of bed.
This beautiful primary bedroom design is courtesy of cityhomeCOLLECTIVE.
8. The King & Queen Primary Bedroom
Floors & Walls: I honestly love it when the only thing that a room can contain is a giant bed. What else is a bedroom if not the place to be in bed? We get the tiniest glimpse of some beautiful hardwood floors that are met with creamy walls, and some really nice and tall windows.
Features & Furniture: The California King is just such a wonderful choice, and I appreciate how the cream of the bed frame almost makes it feel like the bed is one giant floating pillow. I love how the rest of the furniture is only there to host a big and happy monstera.
Decorations: I find that the dark of the red throw pillows is a gorgeous contrast to the freshness of the plants, and the golden of the table lamps match the frame of the painting perfectly. It’s all very clever, simple, but still eclectic!
We have Jessica Ford Design to thank for this beautiful design.
9. The Textured Primary Bedroom
Floors & Walls: This room kind of makes you gasp a little bit when you see it. There are so many gorgeous textures and tones that I hardly know where to look. Richly stained hardwood floors pair beautifully with light gray walls, but I’m so surprised to see that the ceiling has been given almost a faux-finish paint job, I think to make it look like clouds. I really like it!
Features & Furniture: Where even to begin! I adore the gold framed, pistachio green upholstered accent chairs. I love the hugeness of this bed and how the basket at the end of it makes it feel even more huge. It’s storage, it’s an ottoman, it’s everything!
Decorations: I’m inspired to bring more texture into my home after seeing this room. The sandy colored shaggy rug is heavenly, the furry throw blanket is essential, and the puffy throw pillows on the chairs just keeps the party going. I find they all look especially good with the freshness of the plants, and the sheerness of these glorious mauve curtains. 10/10 on this room if you ask me.
This glorious bedroom idea came from Lotus + Lilac Design Studio.
10. The Bohemian Dream Bedroom
Floors & Walls: I think that now we’re really getting into eclectic territory (try and say that five times fast). A dark hardwood floor starts us off, while creamy walls function as a back drop for this very interesting color blocking choice! A blue square had been painted almost to act as a placement for the bed itself and I think it’s a very cool idea.
Features & Furniture: I find that the simplicity of this wooden bed frame is really appealing, and it’s a truly timeless design. These antique leather and wood accent chairs are truly works of art, and the dresser in the back gives us a rustic element. There’s a little bit of everything in this room!
Decorations: The decorations are obviously where things get a little bit wild in this room! This is quite the statement-piece rug with multicolored brush strokes. Sweet little plants are scattered across the room, and a woven tapestry behind the bed frame gives us a lovely boho addition.
This special primary bedroom design comes from Lord Design.
11. The Patterned Primary Bedroom
Floors & Walls: I find it amazing how such a simple room can end up being so dramatic! All that it takes is a little bit of wallpaper. Hardwood floors are the perfect match for this floral patterned wallpaper, that almost looks a little bit geometric with how it’s laid out.
Features & Furniture: With a wallpaper so bold, I think that it makes a lot of sense to have such a simple bed set up. I personally would have opted out for this upholstered head board, but I do love how plush the bed spread is!
Decorations: All that we have for decoration in this space is a fun little mannequin and a simple floor lamp. I think that’s about all the wallpaper would let us handle!
This sweet primary bedroom idea comes from bp laboratorio di architettura.
12. The Tie-Dye Primary Bedroom
Floors & Walls: We are completely switching gears with this room. This space is probably the absolute dream for most teenagers that you know, and the theme is color! But not just any color, this specific pattern is created when you mix oil, water, and dye and the effect is completely beautiful.
Features & Furniture: This primary bedroom comes equipped with everything that a teenager could need: a big dresser, a big bed, and plenty of surfaces for all of the half empty cups of water they will inevitably leave in there.
Decorations: I really appreciate how they didn’t just stop with the wall paint. The bed spread has the same tie dye pattern, the artwork does too, and even the crafting supplies on the dresser carry a similar color scheme! So cute.
This very special primary bedroom idea comes from Joybird Furniture.
13. The Lounger’s Primary Bedroom
Floors & Walls: I find this room to be very special. Limestone tiled floors are a nice switch up from the regular hardwood we’ve been seeing, and these walls are so off-white that they’re almost pink! Which is another thing you don’t see every day.
Features & Furniture: Obviously the furniture choices of this room are what makes it feel so special. I have never seen a bed frame like this before, with is gorgeous live edge head board and stunning craftsmanship.
The additional furniture is rather special too with the gold legged, and two-toned accent chairs. My personal favorite piece is the sweet, stone coffee table with two tiers. All of these things are so unique!
Decorations: In a room with furniture pieces that are all so individually unique, it really stands to just let those speak for themselves and not clutter up the room with decorations. But saying this, I cannot for the life of me understand why the designer chose those curtains. Just astounding.
This amazing primary bedroom design comes from Studio Hus.
14. The Staircase Bed Room
Floors & Walls: I love seeing something so different! I’d love to see more tiny home designs incorporated into these collections! (I guess I make them, I have the power). This super neat space is made completely from laminated wood – from floors, to walls, to stairs, to cupboards – almost making you feel like you’re in a sauna.
Features & Furniture: No space wasted in this tiny home! Shelves are also desks, shelves are also stairs, hallways are also shelves, and so on and so forth. This is like the ultimate treehouse fantasy come true.
Decorations: No decorations. Just books. Love it.
This incredible tiny home design is courtesy of ATOMAA, Studio Asabesi.
15. The Industrially Chic Primary Bedroom
Floors & Walls: While this room isn’t entirely eclectic, it is still very special with its shined cement floors, recovered wood beam ceiling, and floor to ceiling window walls. I love that the balcony is just right there. I guess they always are, but this one feels extra special.
Features & Furniture: A simple king bed, and a simple chair. That’s all you need in a bedroom really.
Decorations: Since there are not decorations in this room, I will take the liberty of fantasizing a cowhide on the floor, huge plants in the corners, a really lush bed spread, and stacks of books on the floor.
This glorious primary bedroom idea comes from João Marques Franco.