Always on the look-out for some fantastic designs, today we wanted to celebrate the Top 5 of our favourite eclectic 3d rooms, using the mydeco 3d home planner…
Chania has the midas touch with this room, and setting of the glistening glow of the gold is a ceiling covered in mirrors. This bedroom is not for the faint hearted but would be a great room to see, even if I would prefer something softer to sleep in myself.
If I lived in a huge double-height apartment I know where I would go for inspiration… straight to this living room design by Sudasal. She has a fantastic eye for adding subtle details that make a room feel instantly like home. The colour palette works so well together and mixing different styles together makes for a wonderful eclectic design.
I love this guest bathroom by mydecorati Channing4. A truly wonderful pared-back design with small touches of colour through the orchids and basin. It really shows that using some show-stopping objects in a simple design can be really effective. Her guests are lucky people!
paiviL is inspired by bright colours with this living room design using a wide palette of colours but with simple patterns and colour-blocking as much as possible. Keeping the room to a pale shade and a white sofa allows for bright, bold colours to be added and, more importantly, changed quite easily to add some more interest to the room at a later date. Love it!
Browns and beige are the order of the day for mine8ag, who created this gorgeous, Summery room with just a few keys pieces to make the room come to life. The red sofa works nicely in this room with the other colours and the green in the house plants are a much-needed injection of natural colour. The mix of styles makes this room and interesting design and somewhere that would be enjoyable to spend time in. Great work!
Which is your favourite eclectic design?
Daniel Nelson is mydeco.com's Social Media Manager and the art editor for Heart Home magazine. Having worked in design for the past decade, he also started ateliertally.com as a discussion of timeless, modernist product design. You can follow him on Twitter @mydeco and @ateliertally. Read more posts by Daniel.