ECLECTIC ELEMENTS'

Design
Philosophy

Eclectic Furniture: a collaboration of multiple design elements merged into one space while simultaneously celebrating each objects individuality. It is a marriage of ideas enhancing and complimenting one another which births a unique balance. It is the cultivation of many thoughts fused to form one story.

About Eclectic Elements

Eclectic Elements is a design firm focused on turning client’s dreams and desires into functional living environments. We specialize in original design, innovative space planning, and rich use of color and texture. Our philosophy is to create eclectic and dynamic environments which redefine indoor and outdoor living. The nuance of every project is to construct multidimensional spaces that blur the line between fashion, art, and interior design.

Eclectic Elements specializes in residential and commercial planning and design. We are dedicated to working one-on-one with our clients, understanding their design needs, while remaining budget oriented. Our continued success is built on the principle that each client relationship is based on trust, dedication, and a shared vision. Client centered personal service is the assurance Eclectic Elements unconditionally guarantees. We understand the need for clients to have their environment reflect their sense of style and individuality.

Our Design Ideology

1. Each space should be as unique as the people who are living there.
2. The difference between good design and great design is perfect balance in color, space, and texture.
3. No matter how good it looks, it must feel good as well. Comfort should take the utmost priority.

Eclectic Elements is dedicated to creating personal environments that are aesthetically pleasing, as well as, practical and functional with precise attention to detail. Our talented team of design professionals offer complete interior design services from conception to completion. It is a pleasure for Eclectic Elements to see our client’s dreams and desires become reality.

The Seven Elements of Interior Design

1. Space

Space is one of the most important elements of interior design. Space acts as a foundation on which the entire interior design plan is built. It is essential that the designer is well aware of the space available, its dimensions and its utilities. An equilibrium has to be maintained between the positive and negative spaces and either overcrowding or skimping on the furniture/décor items is going to affect this equilibrium.

2. Lines

Lines give birth to forms and shapes and are responsible for establishing a sense of harmony, contrast and unity in a living space. They define shapes and act as visual guides of an interior space. An interior designer must know how to utilize these lines to define the forms, another important interior design element.

3. Forms

Forms mean shapes in general, an outline of any three dimensional object in the space. Forms can be created by combining two or more shapes and can be accentuated with the help of other elements like texture, patterns and colors. A well-defined form establishes harmony and additional forms add balance to the space.

4. Lights

Light is one of the most obvious elements of interior design. Either natural or man-made, without light other elements namely color, texture and pattern have no significance at all. Light sets in the mood and ambience into a living space and highlights the every other element including space, line and forms.

5. Colors

Colors establish an aesthetic connection between objects and set the mood. Colors must be chosen based on the psychology and the mindset of the dweller.

6. Textures

Texture mainly deals with surfaces and determines how a typical surface looks and feels. Texture adds depth and interest into a living space and defines the feel/appearance and consistency of a surface. While there must be a dominant texture to define a mood, a contrasting texture must also be included to avoid monotony.

7. Patterns

Texture mainly deals with surfaces and determines how a typical surface looks and feels. Texture adds depth and interest into a living space and defines the feel/appearance and consistency of a surface. While there must be a dominant texture to define a mood, a contrasting texture must also be included to avoid monotony.

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