Incorporating different patterns into your decoration can be incredibly intimidating. But with a little insider knowledge we actually can mix and layer patterned decor successfully.
Generally, layering patterns is best to combine prints in different styles and scales. Then, the latter is super important. The most prominent pattern in the room, typically a rug with colorful motif and sets the tone for the rest of the space. Afterward, additional layers of complementary or even contrasting patterns in smaller sizes boost visual interest. Those items often include accent pillows, furniture, throws and curtains.
Here are Cinch Beautiful Schemes to Decorate With Patterns.
How to Avoid Pattern Overload
Here is the way to avoid pattern overload by combing a crisp white backdrop with pops of lovely color. As the example by Haley Weidenbaum, a woven diamond pattern rug anchors the living room. The rug doubles as coffee tables bring rustic stripes to the party. While, on the sofa are whimsical accent pillows with colorful tassels.
This Room Combines More Than 10 Different Patterns
This inspiration created by Studio McGee based in Salt Lake City, Utah used a combination of low and high contrast prints in different colors to create this living room which more relaxing. We count 11 patterns in this living room. Thus, you will not get your dizzy if you love to have many patterns to combine in your room by this sample.
Pattern Matching Basics
If you like to have a in the box not out of the box, you may love to try this idea in using patterns. This colorful living room shows the basics of pattern matching. Each pattern here is distinct but has a similar feel.
The wool rug with the large free-flowing geometric shapes creates the tone of this living room. A single accent pillow features as the second largest pattern, a repeating triangle and diamond design in navy color that riffs off the rug’s color and style. Last, two smaller patterned pillows with squiggly designs play a supporting role.
Patterns for Creating a Happy Hippy Vibe
Two colorful pillows inspired the bold mixture of patterned fabrics from across the globe brings the happy vibe spread out.
Go Big With One Pattern
A single pattern makes a huge splash in this nursery room. The walls all covered in an Ikat inspired by tie-dye design. Breaking things up is a bespoke love print which is also adorable.
Geometric Patterns Enliven a White and Black Color Scheme
Geometric patterns create a small sitting area with a monochromatic color scheme a big dose of pep. There are two large prints on the wall. Then, the two chairs with the second biggest pattern anchor the nook. Underfoot is a subtle zigzag patterned rug made by wool.
Pair Bold Wallpaper With a Simple Rug
In this ridiculously chic white, black and brown conference room with gorgeous wallpaper in a Native American inspired design pairs beautifully with a tribal styled wool rug.