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31 Bold And Eye-Catchy Eclectic Kitchens
What’s eclectic home decor? It’s not basically a style, it’s a blend of colors, patterns, styles and epochs doing it so effortlessly and organically that it seems that these elements have been created for each other. Let’s see how to create eclectic kitchens so that they looked cohesive showing off your personality and style.
Mix And Match
The key to creating an eclectic interior is to mix and match different objects using contrasting colors and even epochs! These can be various furniture items, accessories and decorations, even porcelain and glasses, and depending on what you choose, display them with a contrasting detail – a backsplash or a shelf that doesn’t match at all!
a 1950s farmhouse kitchen with white and green cabinets, a printed tile backsplash and a rug, a kitchen island with butcherblock countertops
a bold eclectic kitchen with a mustard and blue wall, teal cabinets, grey stone countertops, open shelves, black pendant lamps
a bold eclectic kitchen with white cabinets, a navy cooker, a kitchen island, rust-colored stools and a hood over the cooker
a chic vintage meets boho kitchen with a shabby chic kitchen island, white tiles, potted plants and pendant lamps
a colorful eclectic kitchen with emerald walls, a dark green chevron tile backsplash, bold cabinets and open shelves
To add a cohesive feel to the space, use visual repetitions, which will help you bring your kitchen design together. Choose a color or geometric shape that is repeated across ornaments and in pictures and wall hangings or even some parts of your kitchen cabinets. If your room has a brightly colored focal point, this would be a strong color to repeat in accents throughout the room. Make sure your overall color palette fits well together and that it doesn’t overwhelm the onlookers when trying to create a colorful kitchen.
a colorful vintage meets rustic kitchen with a tiled hood, a rust stripe, green cabinets and white shelves
a contemporary meets boho kitchen with a boho rug, navy cabinets, a stone countertop and potted plants
a fresh contemporary kitchen in white with a rustic dining zone with benches and touches of blakc for drama
a gorgeous eclectic kitchen combining stone backsplash and countertops, navy cabinets and vintage artworks and a mirror
a refined dark stained wooden buffet paired with white shabby chic cabinets, a boho rug and shiplap walls
a rustic meets boho kitchen with Moroccan lanterns, wooden cabinets and a shabby chic kitchen island
a small eclectic kitchen with white cabinets, grey stone countertops, a small kitchen island, a colorful tile backsplash
a welcoming contemporary meets industrial kitchen with white subway tile,s light blue cabinets, lots of artworks and pendant bulbs
a white traditional kitchen, a colorful boho rug, a blue kitchen island with a wooden countertop with a living edge
Upcycling is a great way to add lived in touches to your kitchen design. Add small elements such as turning cool-looking wine or gin bottles into candle holders or vases for wildflowers; or make vintage furniture like shabby chic chairs, traditional pub bar stools, or even an old country kitchen-style dresser a focal point of your kitchen design. Vintage items look especially cool paired with sleek minimalist or modern design and add life to it.