10 Eclectic Seats with Boundary-Breaking and Artistic Qualities

The Eclectic movement, emerging from a fusion of diverse artistic influences, emphasizes creative exploration and the juxtaposition of different styles. As a result, it breaks traditional boundaries and creates greater narratives. Our carefully curated collection features 10 one-of-a-kind Eclectic seating designs, where form and function harmoniously coexist.

Rainbow Bench by Platalea Studio

Rainbow Bench by Platalea Studio
© Platalea Studio

The Eclectic Rainbow Bench serves as the centrepiece of the Happiness collection. Inspired by the unsolvable mysteries of our childhood, which have transformed into fixations and longings in our adult lives.

Canapé des Calanques by Taylor Scott Ross

Canapé des Calanques by Taylor Scott Ross
© Taylor Scott Ross

Meet the Canapé des Calanques, a unique object inspired by the natural beauty of the Côte d’Azur. This upholstered piece is more than just an Eclectic sofa, it is a work of art.

Flower Chair by Maria Zakioso

Flower Chair by Maria Zakioso
© Maria Zakioso

Flower Chair is a one-of-a-kind functional art object. It reflects on the experience the artist had coming out of a depressive episode and the transformations of her appearance she had to undergo in order to accept herself and her psychological state.

KURSAAL Armchair by Simone Fanciullacci

KURSAAL Armchair by Simone Fanciullacci
© Simone Fanciullacci

A brushed steel frame, characterised by a perforated geometric decoration inspired by the aesthetics of Jean Prouvé that lightens the volume, is partly covered with two panels of precious Patagonia marble.

Really Rococo II Stool by Ebba Lindgren

Really Rococo II Stool by Ebba Lindgren
© Ebba Lindgren

The Really Rococo II Stool by Ebba Lindgren is loosely inspired by asymmetric rococo curves — historically incorrect, but just as decadent. With expressive shapes to lure the self-proclaimed royals, and upcycled materials to soothe consumers in crisis.

56 Petecas Chair by Cultivado em Casa

© Cultivado em Casa

The history of Peteca (shuttlecock) is genuinely Brazilian. It is a creation of the natives that inhabited the territory that now belongs to the State of Minas Gerais, home of Cultivado em Casa.

Felt Collection | Chair by STACKLAB


The Felt Collection is a collaboration with two regional premium Merino wool manufacturers, one based in Toronto and the other in Upstate New York, as well as Toronto metal manufacturers and computer programmers.

Mirror Lounge Chair by Project 213A

© Project 213A

This Eclectic lounge chair presents a playful take on Brutalism with its minimal shape and an eye-catching mirrored surface. The design complements the interior by blending in and reflecting its surroundings.

Amadeus Chair by Wang Yichu

© Wang Yichu

Made of aluminium ventilation tubes, the Amadeus chair is an Eclectic, handcrafted piece of art furniture.

Blue Slime Chair by Gustavo Barroso

© Gustavo Barroso

The handmade Blue Slime chair is made from cardboard, paper-mâché, joint compound, and dyed epoxy.

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ADORNO curates Eclectic pieces that defy norms, ignite imagination, and blend art with design. Our collection showcases innovative, thought-provoking creations that push boundaries and redefine timeless elegance.

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