Every home that interior designer Victoria Maria Geyer touches turns into an eclectic, colourful oasis. Hailing from Brussels with German roots, she puts her heart and soul into experimenting with colour, Seventies influences, fun prints and vintage gems, mixing & matching style periods here and there as though it's nothing special. All this with a blueprint of consistency and storytelling. She is now sharing her style and switching secrets with Niko, so you too can dare to take some risqué decisions in your interior.
How do you create & curate an eclectic interior?
"I'm a big fan of mixing different influences and styles, but of course there are some styles that go better together than others. To me, eclectic interiors don't involve specific rules you need to follow – it's more about a feeling."
Standing out with switches in a striking interior?
Victoria Maria’s favourites?
“When styling metallic finishings, I look at how warm or cool the interior is. If a home has more cooler nuances such as blue and green, I'd choose the Niko Intense sterling. If a home contains many beige and brown colours, I'd never think of finishing with silver. Then I'd choose the Niko Pure alu gold.