Whenever Eclecticism is being brought up in the table, it is the 19th century that comes to mind, during which the Architecture of Borrowing and Free Selection was established. It was a movement wherein the approach was totally from a different angle – being able to draw about different concepts and theories and just mixing them all up and making sure that there is this specific idea that is complementary to one another. It may seem mixed up or cluttered but as experts say, it is rather common in our society.
Basically, when we want to achieve an eclectic approach to a specific room, for example a living room, all we have to remember is that it just does not need to be systematic of some kind, complementary – yes, but not necessarily correlated to one another. Below are 30 Living Room Ideas where the designers did an eclectic approach to their designs. Take a look and see for yourself.