A bedroom for a teenage girl who wanted vivid colors. The headboard for her bed is a custom design done in raspberry colored chennile. The wallpaper is a graphic black and white pattern.
A Miami Beach living room has custom designed terrazo floors inspired by pop art.
The palette was restricted to black stained oak floors, white planked walls & battened ceilings and a generous dose of white linen in the form of slip covers & sheer curtains. Here, an antique Chinese cabinet. Sisal rug on floor.
A home office in a Miami condo, uses pink, black and purple for the built-in cabinetry for storages and to display objects.
Comfort is foremost in the open-plan living area, with a custom-made marble-topped dining table. Pillow on the wicker chair carries out the blue and white theme.
A master bedroom that basks in wonderful ocean views and utilizes vibrant color and pattern for the accents. The headboard is upholstered in Jim Thompson fabric from Milgate and an Indian bedspread adds another layer of exhuberant color.
The tropical and organic shapes of the living room evoke the sensuous Brazilian style, the country of origin of its owner. Sense of humor and the organic shapes of Vladimir Kagan enhance the experience of the home.
A vibrant kitchen in a Canyon Ranch condo on Miami Beach. Here, turquoise lacquer cabinetry mix with tile in a diamond pattern of black, white and turquoise.
An airy space with high ceilings sets the stage for a classic marble topped Florence Knoll dining table, paired with dining chairs in the Louis XVI-style. A  Maxalto chair is covered with delicate lilac fabric from the ‘Simplice’ collection.<br />
An elegant Louis XVI-style table is juxtaposed with Andy Warhol’s version of Mao.
Natural flow among the spaces as well as mischievous, capricious curved soffits reminiscent of the iconic style of mid century architecture are some of the assets of this simple renovation.
An installation of red shelves with Brazilian seeds makes a statement entrance prior to the family room. It is an interactive system of rolling panels that allows for displaying a series of rounded wooden elements from the South American country.
The dining area with custom terrazzo floors, and a  credenza  and dining table are inlayed mother -of-pearl.
Color and humor is used to create a casual but sophisticated environment in the rooms.
Eclectic isn’t an overused word in this Miami Beach residence, combinations bring life and memory to the home. The dining room has been curated to show a great collection of mid century design. Furniture, pottery and trinkets.
Applying a deliberate paint scheme that interplayed varying gradations of whites, both cool and warm based were used to define, accentuate and highlight perception of the space.

Eclectic interior design for your Miami home

Creating an eclectic look is more than just a mixed bag of modern furniture juxtaposed against traditional pieces, or adding colorful ethnic elements set against a contemporary backdrop. In fact, at Designer Previews we think of Miami and Southern Florida as  the epicenter of eclectic design.  With its look back to Art Deco periods, the vintage of the 1950s and 1960s, and the futuristic designs that are uber-modern, all coming together,  its obvious  that eclectic design here has always been  imaginative, complex,  and liberating. The best eclectic designers bring together diverse components to enliven spaces with an energy and a unique visual rhythm.  Color, texture, shape and finish, all play a role here. An eclectic look is often defined by a mix of different fabrics — patterned or  textured, that are part of a layered and cohesive ensemble.

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