When you think of interior design, what enters your mind? Beautiful homes built around single-style trends or movements, such as Art Deco, Tuscan or Neoclassical style? Or, maybe you imagine attractive interiors that emphasize and complement well-developed color schemes or patterns. Though all of these styles bear a unique aesthetic and an interesting history, sometimes the ideal solution depends upon opening up your home design by combining accents, hues and furnishings that don’t typically intersect. Fortunately, you can have a cohesive look without turning to conventional trends — call it Eclectic Interior. Old meets new, sophisticated meets simple, Victorian meets rustic: you decide. An Eclectic design allows you to piece together relics from your travels or longstanding family heirlooms with high-end furniture and luxury home features. Even better, Eclectic style gives your centerpieces versatility – just think of the Helios fixture by Corbett Lighting.
The sun-like fixture, which brings modern Grecian allure together with handcrafted quality, is as adaptable as it is unique. Not only can you flush mount it to both a wall and a ceiling, but you can pair it with dozens of different styles, making it an ideal choice for the homeowner looking to diversify. We indulged this idea, and came up with a few interesting combinations. Match Helios with a popular print from Klimt’s Golden phase, a designer rug hand-knotted from New Zealand wool, and a preserved bottlebrush tree from the John-Richard Collection. Add in your personal treasures and achieve the look!