Eclectic style


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Eclectic style

The selection of elements from diverse styles for architectural decorative designs; particularly during the late nineteenth century in Europe and America.
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Thousands of $$$ spent renovating this Latin/Peruvian Restaurant with eclectic style & charm.
Church pew "I bought it bought in Castle Douglas and it works with our period, quirky, eclectic style.
Since its launch in 2001, Robert Graham was created on the premise of introducing sophisticated, eclectic style to the fashion market as an American-based company with an intention of inspiring a global movement.
For one night only, the Royal Academy of Music graduate will entertain guests from 9pm with her relaxed and funky eclectic style.
It is an eclectic style that combines traditional craft motifs with Machine Age imagery and materials.
What advice do you have for pulling an eclectic style together?
ANOTHER female singer with an eclectic style is Elly Jackson, better known as La Roux.
Be playful with your accessories with a mix of curios and vintage treasures such as old cameras and clocks, maps, globes and hunting lodge paraphernalia for a quirky, eclectic style.
SHE IS known for her eclectic style, and now singer Rita Ora has teamed up with Adidas Originals to create a range that'll satisfy all sportswear fans.
Villa Nova's Folium fabric would achieve an eclectic style in a period property, so might be just what you need to accentuate your windows.
STEAL LEAH'S STYLE: All from Warehouse Jade Guercio, 19, promotions worker for Live Lounge, living in Adamsdown, Cardiff Jade's quirky, eclectic style is pulled together by a combination of one-off charity shop finds and high street staples, while her bohemian headband adds flair to her casual jumper and leggings combo.
Make your travel souvenirs worthwhile--they're essential to eclectic style and they personalize a room," she advises.