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Eclectic magic happens when different interior styles and ideas are merged together to create a unique look. This creative style often features an overarching theme, such as rustic, boho, or industrial. In these instances, we witness relaxed eclectic design principles with a leaning into the dominant aesthetic. This process translates well into real homes, where much-loved items are held onto as fashions change. The eclectic style allows us our unabridged passion for pieces from long ago or from sentimental sources. This is also an aesthetic that welcomes a multicolor, multi-patterned approach from the bold and the brave. Come with us as we tour 51 eclectic bedrooms with tips and ideas to help you decorate yours.

Visualizer: Brixhina Murtaj  

Curtains, rugs, and ceilings. All are bold statement pieces and none have to match in color or style. If you love it, it goes.

Visualizer: Lab59  

Not all of us have a spectacular vaulted ceiling to gaze up at from our pillows, but we can all create overhead wow factor with a bedroom chandelier. In a loose eclectic aesthetic, lighting can be modern, traditional, boho, or whatever your heart desires.

Designer: Decor Aid  

Use old components or historically inspired pieces to add a little age and character to featureless modern surroundings. This modern home gains a striking headboard design from a medieval-style door panel.

Visualizer: Nada Saad  

Boho eclectic. Mix trendy modern furniture with boho vibes to create a relaxed bedroom environment. Think rattan baskets, handmade wall decor, and macramé pendant lights.

Visualizer: Ahmed Tarek  

Say it with wallpaper. Change up a modern bedroom design with a feature wall of traditional wallpaper. This delicate print is framed wonderfully within an arched motif that is atmospherically lit around its edge.

Designer: Maria Llado  

Speaking of frames, how about this astonishing gilded framework? The traditional arched motif forms a highly ornate headboard outline for a modern platform bed and extra interest around modern wall art.

Designer: Urbane Design  

Amp up the contrast with clashing colors. In this eclectic bedroom palette, teal, red, and yellow accents crash together to make an energized look. A combination of bold patterns adds to the visual feast.

Visualizer: Art Group by Vasilkova Daria  

Moody modern and traditional melds. Sleek bespoke cabinetry makes a sharp statement at either side of a platform bed. Fill the contemporary cabinets with classic busts and hang old oil paintings above the bed to offset the modernity. Allow the paintings to inspire a moody decor palette that will adhere the two styles.

Designer: Chu–Gooding  

Statement pieces from two different ages. Counterbalance a large and traditional painting with an equally large and modern light installation to make a striking juxtaposition.

Designer: Weisshouse  

Sharp modern meets soft and mellow. This sharply perforated wooden headboard design would look at home in a minimalist setting or a raw industrial space. However, in this eclectic bedroom design, it is teamed with a much softer boho throw and an elegant pale Persian rug.

Visualizer: Abou Samra Designs  

Style through the ages. Neoclassical wall panels and an art deco-inspired bed design make a gloriously decorative ensemble. You may think that houndstooth print is a relatively modern touch, but the first houndstooth check actually dates back to between 360 BC and 100 BC!

Visualizer: Koj Design   

Rustic eclectic split. Split an eclectic bedroom straight down the middle with raw rustic wood tone on one side and dark gray modern contrast on the other.

Visualizer: Maxim Stavskiy  

The rugged room split. Eat away pristine white neoclassical panels with a crumbled edge, which dissolves into a rugged rock face wall. Add perimeter lighting above the stone wall to dramatize the textural difference.

Visualizer: Alesya Kasianenko  

Eclectic glamor. Use mirrors and an abundance of lights to create a sparkling eclectic haven.

Designer: Windy Chien  

Pattern play. When using a multitude of patterns in an eclectic bedroom design, it’s possible to retain a level of cohesivity with similar colors and tones.

Designer: Oh Beauty  

Industrial eclectic. Hard industrial backdrops benefit from softer infusions of boho-style basketweave, bare timber, warmly glowing string lights, and a relaxed swing chair.

Designer: Woodson & Rummerfield’s House Of Design  

Whimsical and regal. A gold candelabra sheds light upon a whimsical peacock wallcovering here, establishing luxurious eclectic flair.

Designer: Brooklinteriors  

Create a cohesive accent color thread. Despite the confusion of color and pattern in this interior design, a blue color thread stitches together the look with effortless cohesion.

Designer: Johnson Hartig  

Lock in color with black outlines. A black 4 poster bed frame sturdily holds together an assortment of colorful throw pillows, whilst black picture frames neatly contain vibrant artwork.

Designer: Bari J Designs  

Jarring and uber fun. A shocking pink and deep teal color combo is sure to energize early in the morning. A bolster cushion adds a flourish of leopard print onto this plush teal tufted bed for good measure.

Designer: Christopher Patrick Interiors  

Removable wall panels. If you’re not sure whether you want to take the plunge with a bold wall covering, apply it to artists canvases or lightweight panels instead. These can be mounted side-by-side as a feature wall that is easily removable.

Designer: Maria Llado  

Minimalist eclectic loft. Three pieces of furniture, three pieces of additional decor. It doesn’t take an abundance of items to achieve a full eclectic image.

Designer: Maria Llado  

Light layers of opulence. Allow the eye a place to rest by arranging an eclectic curation upon a purely white backdrop.

Visualizer: Caio 3D  

Loud and electric. This solid red bedroom scheme receives a jolt of electric blue in the form of an unusual tiled headboard treatment.

Designer: Espacio 18 Arquitectura  

A raw backdrop. Bright colors and contrasting styles work well against a laconic raw concrete background.

Visualizer: Alex Koretsky  

Just two contrasting colors is enough to fashion an eye-catching palette.

Designer: Brooke Christen  

Open shelves and art walls. Arrange eclectic vignettes upon bookshelves and curate intriguing art walls to bring your space to life.

Designer: Legacy Custom Homes  

Neon clash. Even a beige backdrop can be made colorful with limited resources. A new duvet, curtains, scatter cushions, and a piece of textile art builds a cool neon clash here.

Designer: Masquespacio Design  

Surf’s up! Create a beachy, cool bedroom design with brightly painted surfboards as wall decor, mounted right up alongside abstract art.

Visualizer: Masquespacio Design  

Geometry meets botanical decor. Use monochrome gridwork and leaf prints to fashion a structured celebration of nature.

Designer: Black Lacquer Design  

Allow dominant art colors to bleed from the canvas onto the furniture. Even a small splash of color will completely change the aesthetic of a dull bedside cabinet.

Visualizer: Maurício Coelho  

Asian eclectic boudoir. Utilize exquisite oriental-style panels to pattern a unique headboard design.

Visualizer: ON Design  

Neoclassical smash. The masterful neoclassical spirit of this relief art wall is broken down by a wall of modern closets and industrial style lighting.

Visualizer: Art Group  

Muted and metallic. A meld of muted hues is brought to life with a sprinkling of beautiful brass hardware and light fixtures.

Visualizer: Sara Elsakka  

Three starring colors. A deeply impactful, color saturated aesthetic is achievable with just a few shades.

Designer: Black Lacquer Design  

Botanical and bold. Beginning with a mural of botanical motifs, build up the color palette shade by shade to reach a bold conclusion.

Photographer: Heather Banks  

It’s all about the bed. No matter what decor is applied to a bedroom, where we sleep is the main event. Make your bed stand out from the rest of the crowd with a punchy paint finish.

Visualizer: Daria Gal  

Stunning skies. Ceilings are rarely the star of the show in a home interior but eclectic ceilings are different. From floral wallpapers and color-blocked applications to color-washes and cloud effects, eclectic ceilings shine.

Visualizer: Viktoriya Romanova  

Minimalist boho. Succinct and nature-kissed.

Visualizer: Lucas Design Associates  

Sophisticated eclectic is achieved with high-end pieces and meticulous placement.

Source: Villa Yin  

Modern art lover’s eclectic is all about big statements.

Designer: MS Design Studio  

Yellow ochre overture. Begin your design with an earthy ochre backdrop that leads into intricately patterned pieces and handmade arts.

Designer: Prashant Ashoka  
Via: Dwell  

Let nature be your guide. A green panoramic view inspires many things. Let it inspire natural materials in your eclectic bedroom design, contrasting warm tints and metallics, and a sense of connection with the earth.

Visualizer: Sérgio Cunha  

Neoclassical trimmed industrial decor. Deep, decorative crown molding counteracts a wall of exposed brickwork to create a strong and intricate setting.

Visualizer: Serg Ushakov  

A journey of discovery. After the instant attraction of a color-blocked wall, take the eye and the mind on a journey of discovery around the room with well-placed patterns and unique objects. This sage green bedroom design features framed areas of pattern instead of full wall coverings.

Designer: Rob van Nood Construction  

If heavily patterned and colored eclectic ceilings aren’t your thing, then how about a visually warming wood clad finish?

Visualizer: Studio Open  

Just a few select pieces. Artwork, statement lighting, and a unique radiator design is all that’s needed to fashion a standout scheme.

Source: Annie Sloan  

Carve out your own contours. If you lack interesting nooks and architectural arches, create your own with curvaceous color-blocking. This colorful headboard design becomes one with the wall stucco.

Designer: Sophia E. Aguiñaga   

Another hand painted headboard wall, this time with the addition of a metallic gold sunburst to brighten each morning.

Designer: Rikki Snyder  

Reclaimed gems. Scour thrift stores and yard sales for long lost gems to set within your scheme.

Designer: Alison Kandler  

The statement floor. Paint stripes, swirls, or diamonds to give exposed floorboards new life.

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