Reader's Show and Tell: Master an Eclectic Decorating Style

Reader Ali Price shares her best tips for mi and matching

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Step inside reader Ali Price's home! The co-founder of from San Francisco shares her best tips for mi and matching to achieve an eclectic look.
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Mix and Match

In a pared-down palette, Ali's prints look chic, not chaotic. "I like an eclectic look that's easy to live with," she says. The key: Stick to a few calm colors (here, mushroom and cream), and vary the designs' scale.

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Sitting Pretty

Next to a light-filled window, an antique chair — bought at a sidewalk sale for $30 — transforms this nook into a cozy reading spot. "We want to take advantage of every part of our small house and not waste any corner," Ali says.

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Bowled Over

"When I shop for my site, I often have my own home in mind," says Ali. So it's no surprise that one of these handmade recycled-paper bowls ($15 to $25, ) found its way to her bedside table.

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Bright Idea

Ali keeps her bedside table simple with a chrome desk lamp and a tiny, hand-blown tea glass ($8, ), but she fits in a personal touch. "My husband Jonny is from London, so we have some small nods to his English heritage around our home, including this book," says Ali.

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International Love

The framed prints behind the couch are from a book passed down by Ali's great-grandmother. "I love mi new and old," says Ali. The throws ($85, ) are made by Ecuadorian weavers and the paper bowls ($32, ) are made in Swaziland.

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Easy Living

Ali's living room proves that eco-friendly décor can be chic: The coffee table is made from reclaimed wood and the poufs are made of recycled canvas bags.

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