Home Interior Boards - Bedroom & Bathroom Suite - Eclecticism
The inhabitant of this home is likely to be a creative young woman who enjoys being surrounded by inspiration. She is someone who scours flea markets for interesting objects, and she collects her unique finds in her home. Her home holds a vaguely bohemian, comfortable atmosphere. The home is also very lively, with light, airy curtains, lots of plant life, and many mirrors to reflect movement within the spaces.
The main color story for the bedroom is deep, rich purples and pinks, with neutrals like beiges and grays and a dash of forest green. The color story of the bathroom focuses on a paler, watered down version of the same green, and again beiges. I named all of the colors with the names of teas, to add to the comforting and worldly feel of the rooms. To complement the darker colors of the bedroom, I added a light wood floor; for the bathroom, the opposite: a dark wood floor. For items which would store and display antique objects and peculiar artifacts in the rooms, I included some leather textures and picture frames.
This collection would likely be sold in smaller boutiques which cater to more eclectic customers, rather than being sold to a more mainstream customer. The space is quite busy, with many objects, prints, and textures on which the eye can land. This symbolizes a conscious move away from blank, often stale minimalism and toward an environment which can be more comforting and homey. Some young creative people feel that a minimalistic home does not inspire them, so they seek to move away from this trend and are therefore more attracted to a home which holds many interesting details. Those who travel the world in search of inspiration enjoy a space to display their treasures.