Homes With Funky Mix-and-match Styles

April 2, 2012 by staff 

Homes With Funky Mix-and-match Styles, Traditional décor is taking a bold new eclectic twist. Gone are the matching sets of furniture in the dining room or bedroom. No longer do the cabinets or granite countertops on a kitchen’s perimeter have to match its center island.

As home décor – like fashion — becomes more relaxed, casual elegance rules. Infused with personal, playful touches, these days the chicest rooms mix but don’t match. Call it edgy classic or rustic meets contemporary. Scramble vintage with modern; jumble sophisticated with fun.

In Denver, interior designer Andrea Monath Schumacher of O Interior Design said the new mix-and-match style is “a reflection of the recession,” more casual and “more bohemian” than the stiff, formal living and dining rooms and “closed-in” kitchens of yesteryear. Instead, with more open floor plans, great rooms are flexible with formal seating areas wrapped in more casual fabrics that can be dressed up or down with pillows and throws.

“I will throw colors together that you just don’t think won’t go and it works,” Schumacher says.

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