The element of surprise is a key aspect of eclecticism — and it’s often the very thing that makes an eclectic room look cohesive. Color is a great tool you can use to that end. The cobalt La Cornue range against the robin's egg blue wall in this kitchen is an unexpected, yet lovely, contrast — as are the red cushions, mahogany stained chairs and washed-out pink cupboards. None of it matches exactly, but it all works to create a charming modern-rustic vibe.Low, dark ceilings give the room a sense of intimacy, and each decorative element draws on the next. The stainless fridge picks up on the range's stainless accents, and the hand-carved spool chairs mirror the deep brown ceiling and metal garage door tracks. The two-tier trestle table has been outfitted with casters and complements the original turn-of-the-century cupboard doors.