Storytelling Interiors: Crafting An Eclectic Living Room Design
While some prefer a cohesive and uniform design, others find joy in the extraordinary mix of styles, colors, and textures that define the eclectic living room. Embracing the eclectic style offers homeowners the opportunity to create a living room that’s uniquely their own, filled with character and individuality. Don’t be afraid to mix, match, and make it your own – just like Covet House does.
Odette Sofa tells the story of a princess turned into a swan by an evil sorcerer’s curse, inspired by the Swan Lake Op. 20, a ballet composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Its sweeping silhouette is accentuated with a polished brass structure and an asymmetric back offers a sophisticated design and timeless appeal.
Being a matinee idol, Bogarde soon became a giant in the high-rank intellectual cinema. That’s the reason for the inspiring Bogarde Armchair. It is finished in leather, a very popular fabric in the ’60s, and the swivel polished brass base conveys an idea of style and playfulness. It can make a great occasional chair for the home or office.
Anjelica Coffee Table is a modern nesting coffee table featuring two drawers that, apart from its undeniable modern elegance allure, is also a functional piece with extra surface and storage. The table tops and base are made of marble and the structure of carved ash wood. Polished brass details and velvet inside the drawers confer a luxurious look to this set.
The Apache is a Native American tribe, the first to inhabit the wild areas of Colorado. With a base in white marble, matte walnut veneer and polished brass, and an abat-jour in white satin fabric, Apache Table Lamp was intended to recall the beauty of Colorado’s landscapes.