Big, bold patterns can bring life to a room when used as accents. Like a boldly patterned top and the perfect jeans, bold patterns are best when paired with neutrals to help balance the color and pattern. This is why designers often recommend getting the big investment pieces like sofas in neutral upholstery. You can always add color and pattern in accessories.
Bold patterned accents can be used around the room, including the floor. Pattern on the floor can be created with a checkerboard of white and colored tiles, multi-colored linoleum squares, patterned cement tiles, carpet tiles and area rugs. Area rugs are the classic way to bring pattern to the floor, with infinite options from Persian to contemporary styles in every color imaginable. The bigger the pattern—the bigger the statement. Lattice and geometric patterns like stripes are current designer favorites.
Adding bold pattern in textiles is another option that is also low cost. A few accent pillows in a big pattern can change the feeling of a room and a piece of furniture. These neutral gray chairs stand out with the addition of patterned pillows.
Pattern can be added to walls with stencils and wallpaper. Again, keep furnishings neutral against a big, bold pattern. It gives the eye a place to rest.
With pattern you can add a little or a lot, depending on how bold you want to be. From small accessories to area rugs, bold pattern adds a big kick of design to a room.
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