Combine Design Styles Like a Pro

Gone are the days of matchy-matchy rooms and here to stay are rooms that incorporate different design styles. Follow these decorating tips to help you achieve the perfect eclectic look.

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Use Abstract Art to Offset Classic Furniture

One of the most popular design styles is traditional because of the safe, comfortable atmosphere it evokes. In recent years, new traditionalist has come into fashion because it allows more freedom to mix in different finishes, periods and styles. Achieve this look by placing a piece of abstract art in a traditional setting. Step it up another style notch by adding in a touch of animal print like this living room. Photo courtesy of Claire Watkins.

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