Inspired by Rebecca Atwood’s new book, “Living With Pattern“, today we’ll show you some of the pattern design that your home must have! Rebecca believes that the visual world is all about small and exciting details, and we agree! The use of patterns in your designs will give them a unique look.
Join us on this “pattern journey”… (Source: Pinterest)
When you think about color, line and texture, also consider how you can mix pattern in your room schemes. That choice can be difficult to manage successfully, but there are some ideas for your projects! (Source: Pinterest)
Pattern is unexpected when it’s mixed in a personal way. Can be used a faded floral with a hand-dyed painterly pattern and then a graphic Victorian geometric, or you can try a marble pattern with a polka dot and a small-scale pattern of animal silhouettes. The most common patterns used in interior design schemes are stripes, geometric, floral/organic, motif and animal. (Source: Pinterest)
“Pattern doesn’t have to be bold! It can be quiet, serene, bookish, moody, mysterious, happy, sophisticated, or even humorous. It can tell a story in a way that color alone can’t. To start, it can be simple and minimal. Consider small, densely covered patterns with all-over coverage as they’ll act like texture.” explains Rebecca. (Source: Pinterest) (Source: Pinterest)[tps_footer]
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