"The eclectic contrast of color, pattern, even the mix of modern and traditional, gives this apartment character, personality and soul," said HGTV Design Star judge Candice Olson. The split wall is painted with a light blue on top and a darker turquoise on bottom. The plush red, pillow-like coffee table is a unique piece that highlights the room's red accents. The brown and white area rug brings a larger floral pattern to the room of solids.
Eclectic Living Room With Turquoise Walls and Red Design Accents
HGTV's Design Star judge Candice Olson complimented this design said, "First impressions are everything in the visual word of design. The moment you enter this apartment you feel the wow factor." The eclectic vibe of this living room features a traditional gray sofa, two-toned turquoise walls, a plush red coffee table and ottoman, and a wooden swing seat. The floral patterned brown and white rug adds depth to the design.
We love the luxurious Hollywood Regency vibe in this living room thanks to the mix of traditional and midcentury modern elements. The elegant chandelier and tufted wall panels lend a luxurious look, while the sleek chrome chairs upholstered in red velvet keep the space from looking too stuffy.
This living room is a playful mix of colors and style. A red patterned curtain plays off the overstuffed red armchair. A commercial sign listing Boston neighborhoods serves as industrial wall art. A chevron rug and an avocado green record case as end table storage complete the color- and decade-mixing fun.
The living room fuses function and form in a contemporary loft-like design by creating separate spaces within the large room. A stencil is used to create a dramatic feature wall, where a half-circle couch is the perfect spot for hanging out.
When designing an eclectic living room, stick with one accent color. This room sticks with a back and white palette except for a bright red utilized in both the couch and chair, which helps the patterns not overwhelm.
A family living room area was transformed into a bold and bright gathering place. The red, white and blue color scheme tie the room together while a combination of playful patterns add an unexpected and modern touch to this eclectic living space.
Custom treatments frame the bay window in this neutral, eclectic living room. A steel fireplace adds texture and masculinity to the space, while color is found in the addition of pillows and custom artwork.
Designer Katie Ridder's eclectic "zam zam room" is filled with a collection of items she found with her husband on their various trips together. An Indian fabric panel found in Paris frames the door and sets the stage for the red, blue and yellow palette captured in the Moroccan rug. The fireplace was first mirrored and then layered with Moroccan mosharabi lattice panels.
Eclectic touches come together to create a cohesive, unique space in which to watch TV or just sit back and relax. The living room's blue walls are complemented by throw pillows, the patterned armoire and the striped Roman shades.
Transitional Living Room with Orange and Turquoise Accents
A neutral palette provides a backdrop for dramatic turquoise and burnt orange accents in this transitional, beachside living room. The homeowners wished for a relaxing, versatile space for reading, hanging out and entertaining friends. Display cabinets and storage nooks add extra function to the room, and custom teal leather swivel chairs allow easy conversation and enjoyment of ocean views. Reclaimed wood niches maximize seating in the room.
Transitional Living Room With Turquoise and Chartreuse Accents
Designer Mary DeWalt created this showstopper using a neutral background with bright pops of blue and green. Matching cream sofas and wood accent chairs with upholstered cushions create a comfortable conversation area with a striking view. The room is appointed in dark woods that add drama and dimension.