It depends on how much you want to lean into the 70’s aesthetic with the desert eclectic home style.
Being an interior designer, I have seen just about every size and style preference there is. My most popular client is the person or couple who has worked a long time and have finally purchased their dream home. One thing that I’m asked frequently is which style is best for a large home? This is, of course, an impossible question to answer without first knowing your style, but I would like to share some of my personal preferences. I love to see a home with the glamour in silverleaf custom furniture and design. You’re looking at custom furniture with a lot of cloth, a lot of curtains. Usually glamour in silverleaf has a cream tone with plain cloth and curtains; often with big buttons. The material is silky with very few other decorations around. Glamour in silverleaf is not recommended if you have children- plenty to tear, plenty to stain and not much room for family photos. For a family home, I recommend the southwest sparkler style. It’s perfect for a big, happy family. Think American dessert. Warm tones, rock creek edifices, large custom sofas and plenty of open space to run around. Your walls do the talking with the southwest sparkler style. The desert eclectic home is a style that can be for a family or for its own sake. It depends on how much you want to lean into the 70’s aesthetic with the desert eclectic home style. It can be as zany or tame as you’d like while still maintaining the neutral color scheme of the southwest sparkler (but without the heavy wall decoration and detail). My personal favorite- and style of my own home- is the old-world estate. The arches, bricks, clay tiles and custom leather furniture in an old-world estate makes me feel at home.