I think you will probably get a few different answers to this, but here is mine. I started out using FIAR and Story Stretchers...both utilized good books which my dd loves and a variety of activities (art, science, writing, history). Slowly, we added a math program (Miquon) and some reading workbooks (Sullivan Readers and Pathway Readers).
I like to think my approach is child- led in that we do many things dd loves and we would do anyway.
We take lots of nature walks, visit museums, take art classes and just read a lot. Our home is eclectic in that we have Waldorf inspired ideas (nature table, silks, storytelling). We also decorate seasonally and put up things like alphabet posters.
Berry, I know there are things we don't do enough of...or rather, that we would like to do more of, like science experiments. I think being eclectic is using your best ideas,,,or what you enjoy and following your child's learning style and interests. For some people, that is unschooling, others it might be classical, with a strong interest in history.
Just like school...nothing is perfect, and we learn as we go. I wish you much luck in making your decision and hope some of this makes sense!