Inspirational Home Decor with Patterns

Inspirational Home Decor with Patterns

Do you feel like being more playful with your interior design? Adding and mixing patterns, colours and styles to a room can really make it ‘pop’ – resulting in a vibrant look with plenty of character.

All you may need is a statement patterned rug or some chevron pillows to bring liveliness to your space. If you feel daring you can consider animal print, polka dots and bold stripes as other patterns variations. Some rooms in the home suit patterns more than others, including nurseries, activity rooms, master bedrooms and home theatres.

Tips for using patterns:

  • Keep the pattern clean and simple by adding solid colours to the space.
  • Don’t be too concerned about being ‘matchy-matchy’, as mix-matched patterns are also on-trend.
  • If you’re nervous about using patterns, stick to accessories like cushions, carpet or rugs. They are cost effective and don’t take up much of your time.
  • If you’re feeling confident about using patterns, consider patterned wallpaper.

Let’s take a look at some inspirational home decor ideas that utilise patterns.

Home Theatre

red

Add red to your theatre – patterned ottoman and complimentary pillows. Via The Conquest Display Home by Smart Homes for Living

contender-theatre

Patterns can be subtle. Go with a neutral look as seen in the theatre of The Contender Display Home by Smart Homes for Living

exemplar

To bring balance into a room with pattern, ensure there is one solid colour – like the red wallpaper seen here. Via The Exemplar Display Home by Smart Homes for Living

Master Bedroom

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Incorporate animal print into your room for a wild touch. Seen in The Gallardo Display Home by Smart Homes for Living

walls-bed

Consider combining different patterns for bold impact. Via The Protege Display Home by Smart Homes for Living

BLACK-STARS

Patterns don’t always have to be bright and breezy, here’s a great example of a darker design – perfect for the bedroom. Via The Parallel Display Home by Smart Homes for Living

Home Office

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Interior design by Smart Homes for Living.

Alfresco 

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Consider adding some patterns to your alfresco dining area, you can keep it simple by adding patterned cushions. Via The Contender Display Home by Smart Homes for Living

Ensuite

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For something fresh and original in the ensuite, consider a patterned benchtop. Seen in The Champion Display Home by Smart Homes for Living.

Author: smithma

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