Classic Design Theory
Classic design theory promotes unity in terms of the objects present. As such, unity discusses the need to tie the various elements together. Unity is a measure of how the elements of a design seem to fit together - to belong together. A unified work represents first a whole, then the sum of its parts.
See, none of these things seem to have a common or unifying theme or look. But I like each piece independently of the others.
Let's just call it eclectic! Which kind of says I have no plan, I just like it! The trick is how do I bring all these very different elements together and merge them into a cohesive decorating scheme.
Taking a lesson from miss Scarlett "I can't think about that right now. If I do, I'll go crazy. I'll think about that tomorrow."