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How To Combine Design Styles in Your Home

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Innovative pieces that combine design styles, perfectly fitting for the wavering decorator.

By Kaitlin Secord

Most of us have faced the challenge of picking a “theme”, whether it be for your birthday party as a kid or weighing the options of modern and chic versus cozy and coastal for your living room.

Designlines did some digging to find some innovative pieces that combine design styles, perfectly fitting for the wavering decorator.

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Eclectic Farmhouse

If you find yourself drawn to the comfort of the modern farmhouse style but are eager to add pops of colour and eclectic details, check out Verner Panton’s Pantop lamp. Designed in 1980, the re-editioned lamp’s flaring shade appears bell-like, emulating a traditional farmhouse motif while playing with colour and proportions in an eclectic way. $385 at Funsty.

oak credenza

Bohemian meets Mid-Century Modern

Mixing colours, textures and patterns of a bohemian aesthetic with classic mid-century modern silhouettes will keep your space feeling elegant and free-spirited. This three-door oak credenza by Melbourne-based VUUE combines traditional mid-century modern wood finishes and structure with organically geometric carvings, bringing a textural interest to the piece. $2,099 at CB2.

Rustic Modern

When paired together, rustic and modern aesthetics create a warm, inviting yet balanced atmosphere. The Earth Wood coffee table combines a live-edge Acacia wood tabletop with raw iron, nickel-coloured legs, striking harmony between rustic and modern design. $1,399 at Bois & Cuir.

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Organic Modern

Organic and modern aesthetics weave together crispness, natural textures and neutral colour palettes to create a cozy yet clean-lined design. The Diane sofa finds itself in the perfect mid-point between its organic curvature and neutral colour palette. The curving silhouette of the sofa and its peaking arms create a sleek and inviting place to kick back. From $2,315 at Rove Concepts.

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Rustic Scandinavian

Blending Scandinavian functionality and simplicity with the casual and rugged flares of a rustic design style brings an essence of intentional playfulness to your space. This coffee table’s travertine top brings a natural beauty to the space, while its mango wood legs give off a naturally weathered look, that reads both rustic and lux. $1949 at West Elm.

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