Hi there! Happy Weekend! I don’t know if anyone is able to tell what day it is with the lock-down in motion though. In this time of social distancing and staying home, here are some inspiring designs for you to browse through, where the patterns are mixed in beautifully with the decor to make a complete picture. There is usually a lot of hesitation when it comes to using patterns in home designs. With a steady rise in Maximalism decor, the use of patterns is also seeing an upward trend.
There are now many ways to create an accent wall. Not just a bold paint color, but you can bring in some patterns by using wallpapers, mosaic tiles, peel & stick wallpapers, paint by using stencils and so on. And, if you are interested in colorful living space, you can have a look here. Check out these wall patterns that breaks the monotony.
The geometric pattern brings back the 70s design while the grey tones keeps it subtle.
The polka dot pattern in this light filled room makes this a fun place!
Colorful and clean pattern with golden highlights is bringing in elegance.
Why wait until night-time to make constellations when you can have your own on the walls?
The use of copper metal in the lighting and the metallic hints in the wallpaper makes a luxury statement.
The leafy pattern makes a grounded earthy design.
The luxury pattern with metal hardware definitely steps up the kitchen decor!
The Bohemian wall with some colors and use of antique decor and hardware makes this design unique
Having a pattern on the floor is not common. It can be an expensive mistake if it is not done correctly or if used with many clashing furniture and decor. But when planned ahead and used thoughtfully, even simple design can transform a space beautifully. There are many ways now to use pattern on flooring using mosaic, cement, vinyl or porcelain tiles.
Some simple and classic floor tile pattern to keep it interesting
Big bold pattern paired with bright yellow color makes the space energizing and peppy.
Even the smallest area with pattern brings in an interesting perspective.
The stained glass and the flooring is bringing in the vintage charm.
The hive pattern with pops of colors even in an industrial setting oozes charm!
The cement floor tiles with blue stain on the patio makes you want to stay outdoor.
The patterned flooring, which is becoming more common now, works great in both kitchen and bathrooms as well.
If you feel you missed your chance to use pattern on flooring or if you are renting a place, the easiest way to bring in some colors and designs is through a rug! Rugs by themselves is a big topic to explore. But with some lightweight rugs available now like Ruggable, and with so many pattern designs in the market, it is easier to experiment with different designs than any permanent options.
A simple seamless design is the easiest way to introduce some pattern in the space.
Having a simple colorful rug instantly rises up the energy in the room.
A bold monotone pattern on the pillow and the rug breaks away the simplicity.
Introducing some colors in the rug and furniture definitely brightens up the area.
This tribal pattern in the rug which is simple and yet elegant, draws in the focus.
I hope you guys have a safe and healthy weekend. Stay at home and stay safe. Do let me know which one of the above selections is your favorite.