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An eclectic interior style flat in Budapest

Ένα διαμέρισμα με eclectic interior διάθεση στη Βουδαπέστη

A neobaroque chaise paired with a minimal sofa and mid-century chairs, velvet, leather and wood are the elements composing a unique, open-plan kitchen space that integrates with the living room.
The flat is located in a 19th century building in the heart of Budapest.

During the renovation, we made a point of preserving the tall interior doors and the plain neoclassical elements of the ceiling, while special emphasis was placed on the wooden herringbone flooring. The history of this distinctive floor pattern is rooted deep in the dawn of the 16th century, but in the last 2 years it’s made a strong comeback to house interiors, aiming to elevate the ambience to an entirely different level.
On this floor, a combination of various tones of wood accounts for a more eccentric outcome.

The room was painted white to give prominence to the fabulous MURAL wallpaper featuring Vermeer’s Girl with a pearl earring.

The eclectic deco approach allows for the use of the marvellous golden Nemo chandelier (nemolighting.com) and Tom Dixon pendant lights (tomdixon.net).

The greige leather chairs, accompanied by the golden master Kartell chairs (kartell.com), come in sharp contrast with the velvet sofas.

In the bedroom, the bed stands against the ethereal background of Ellie Cashman’s floral wallpaper (elliecashmandesogn.com). The combination of dusty pink with shades of green and grey resonates with liveliness and freshness.

The floor of the bathroom was fitted with retro square tiles, combined nicely with the white tiles on the wall, which we lined it up to the middle.


The Eclectic Interior Design playfully blends the old and the new, since it allows for the fusion of a variety of interior design influences. We recommend that you should choose up to three different variances, but keep in mind: the fabrics and designs used in furniture and decorative items that come from the various periods should be complementary in terms of colour or texture in order to ensure more successful combinations. Don’t be afraid to venture: the final outcome is certain to reward you with a truly ravishing atmosphere.
Blue and yellow are making a strong comeback to interior design. However, you must be extra careful which objects and textures you will be using them on! An inappropriate choice of material will not bring about the modernist effect expected; it will turn it into more classic, instead. Go for velvet and satin: both materials bring out the charm of blue and yellow hues.


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