The eclectic is characterized by a combination of furnituremixed stylistics and the use of interior items of different origins, times and styles. Eclecticism becomes a style when in the interior there are no more than three stylistic types combined, combined by texture, color and architectural solutions. Otherwise, it can result in excessive congestion and lack of individuality in interior design. Swedish decorator Marie Olsson Nylander chose this style for the interior design of her house, gradually filling the home with a lot of decorative elements and gizmos from different parts of the world and eras. Many things are bought on flea markets and sales, some of which decorate the interior in its pristine, untreated appearance, while others have undergone creative changes from the owner of the house. The interior of the house has its own distinctive features: an abundance of textiles, plastic forms, bright colored accents in every room that unite the whole style. We learn the art of eclecticism in the interior further: Pay attention to the bright colors in each room, as well as on the painted furniture texture.