Eclectic style

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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Enlisting high-profile designers to turn the fourstory edifice into their dream home, the luxurious pad is decked out in eclectic style, with a modern, downtown New York edge shot through with an old-world elegance.
Interior designer and columnist Prieto-Valdes, known for her flamboyant, eclectic style, designed a buffet cabinet that reflects her love of the bold and unexpected.
This album takes in all the regular prog elements but, in Wilson's eclectic style, also includes heavy rock and, in the case of the single Permanating, straight chart pop.
eclectic style The location is so secluded you'd be excused for thinking you'd been transported into classic novel.
While we are on the subject of peoplewatching I spent a lovely long brunch in the now very trendy London borough of Hackney, observing the Dalston massive and their eclectic style.
His eclectic style works cross genre and were very excited to be working with him across his writing and producing projects.
Church pew "I bought it bought in Castle Douglas and it works with our period, quirky, eclectic style.
They wanted something big, bold, and befitting of the brand's eclectic style.
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.