The aim of eclectic design is to create a unique aesthetic by blending different motifs and styles. It is one of the best designs that you can use for your home interior, including your dining room. Your dining room will be more unique, aesthetic, and also inviting.
Here are 5 cool dining room designs with eclectic touches that you can try for your own dining room.
1. Font 6 Apartment by CaSA
It is a compact apartment that has a cool dining room design with eclectic touches. The eclectic touches in Font 6 Apartment by CaSA comes from the dining furniture such as the dining table and dining chairs, including the eclectic storage at the corner of the room.
Photographer: Roberto Ruiz
2. Apto Real Park by Mariana Andersen and Mariana Guardani
You can also find a cool dining room design with eclectic touches in this small residence. Apto Real Park by Mariana Andersen and Mariana Guardani has an eclectic interior with a minimalist dining room. This room is completed with unique dining chairs and a wooden dining table.
3. Maisonette P155 by Ippolito Fleitz Group
The cool dining room design with eclectic touches in this new apartment is perfect for you who love to have a dark ambiance. Maisonette P155 by Ippolito Fleitz Group uses a lot of memories as the main inspiration to design its dining room. A lot of eclectic touches are added to create an aesthetic look.
Photographer: Zooey Braun
4. Pyrmont Apartment by Arent & Pyke
It is a light-filled apartment that has a cool dining room design with eclectic touches. Pyrmont Apartment by Arent & Pyke offers a unique dining room design with its eclectic dining chairs. The luxurious vibe comes from the marble dining tables.
Photographer: Tom Ferguson
5. Clayton St by Mork Ulnes Architects
If you want to have more natural light for your dining room, the cool dining room design with eclectic touches in this flat will be perfect for you. Clayton St by Mork Ulnes Architects has a pretty dining room interior in neutral colors. The eclectic touches are the white dining chairs and the wooden dining table.
Photography: Bruce Damonte