Congratulations! You got the Eclectic/Maximalist design style.
This style is all about mixing patterns, colors, textures, and styles to create a unique and personalized look that reflects your personality and interests. It's all about taking risks and having fun with your decor!
Here are five easy ways to bring the Eclectic/Maximalist style to life in your home:
Layer different patterns and textures. Mix and match prints and fabrics in your rugs, pillows, curtains, and throws. Don't be afraid to experiment with different textures, such as velvet, faux fur, and woven materials.
Create a gallery wall. Display your favorite art pieces, photos, and prints in a creative and eye-catching way. Mix and match frames and sizes for an eclectic look.
Add some greenery. Plants and flowers are a great way to bring life and color to your space. Mix and match different types of plants, from small succulents to large leafy greens, and display them in interesting containers, such as colorful planters, vintage vases, or hanging baskets.
Mix vintage and modern pieces. Add some character and personality to your space by mixing vintage and modern furniture and decor. Look for unique pieces at flea markets, antique stores, and online marketplaces.
Add some statement pieces. Bring some drama and visual interest to your space with bold and quirky statement pieces, such as a colorful chandelier, a funky rug, or a large-scale piece of art.
We have a range of wooden home decor items that would fit perfectly with your Eclectic/Maximalist style. Our hexagon floating shelves and wall vases would be the great addition to display your bold accents and add some fun texture to your space.
We've included some visual examples of how to incorporate this style into your decor, as well as some additional product recommendations from our shop.
Thanks for taking our quiz and discovering your design style. We hope our guide will inspire you to create a beautiful Eclectic/Maximalist space that you'll love spending time in.
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