With the eclectic style, the focus is on rich colors, materials and textures, rather than on adhering to any single period decorating style. Furniture may be purchased in sets, but it is unlikely that the set will be grouped together. Instead, the pieces may find their way into different locations throughout the home, serving as unifying elements that tie the design together. Whereas in most decorating styles, the intent is to present a cohesive whole, in the eclectic style, each individual piece provides visual interest.
Trends in furniture design have seen significant changes over the last several years, as more people look to increase the value of their life at home. Some want new furniture to compliment the home improvement projects they1ve undertaken to improve the resale value of their homes. Others are looking for ways to make home life more comfortable and convenient. Whatever the motivation, a desire to add luxury and personality is evident in trends in home furniture design.
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