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Curated Eclectic | real living magazine

9 November 2015 by Super Amart | Category: real living & Homes Plus

Curated Eclectic

Amart Furniture is excited to partner with stylist Jackie Brown to bring you the latest looks for your home with the Smart Styling series. In the November edition, Jackie demonstrates how to style an eclectic dining room. On this page you'll find the products she used to create the subtle and fresh look you see above.

Want to dine in a modern and eclectic atmosphere? Jackie swears by carefully blending furniture with a variety of accessory styles. Simply layer timber furniture with a range of materials, colours and textures. Kick-start the makeover with a beautiful timber table like the Napier dining table pictured above. Its versatile design will serve as a gorgeous focal point for the entire room.

Another key piece to incorporate is a timber buffet. Try to go for one that matches the style of your dining table. The Napier buffet is perfect for storing dinnerware and displaying unique homeware.

When it comes to accessorising, stick to a neutral colour palette. Think minimalistic accessories like cream ceramic vases in varying heights, and a rustic table runner. The small and large Aargan vases and the Saba runner are just some of the few accessories that complement timber furniture. For stylish seating, simply create a subtle contrast against your table with the white and timber Zola dining chairs. It has never been easier to achieve an effortlessly eclectic dining experience.

Jackie's top tips for styling an eclectic dining room on a budget:

  • Pay homage to nature and freshen up your dining room with plants. Place some on the floor, on the dining table or on the buffet. Opting for green foliage arrangements over brightly coloured flowers will help keep your dining room neutral and fresh.
  • Impress your guests and further decorate your dining room by serving food on beautiful platters.
  • Create an eclectic vignette on the buffet by stacking decorative platters and bowls in similar colours or materials.

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