This small chevron rug is just the right size for this office - it plays off the trellis pattern on the chair, and leaves room for the desk chair to roll around freely.
These chevron drapes are a very bold move, and are perhaps the only thing that could stand up to those horizontal walls.
This clever floor painting job looks like something that would turn into a typical Becky D.I.Y. disaster, but it looks so good it makes me very tempted to try.
Just a sash of chevron adds to the mix of patterns on these throw pillows and the rug.
I had never seen tiles like this before I saw this image. Lovely!
These dynamic drapes are two stories high! People descending the stairs can enjoy the pattern all the way down.
For some reason I am more likely to say "Herringbone" when it comes to hardwood floor patterns. I'm not sure why - I'm still trying to work it out!
I can't believe I'm about to say "jazzes it up," but that is exactly what this rug does to this traditional country room. It jazzes it up!
O.K. Is this technically the most accurate picture of what is called "Herringbone"? With the staggering? Please let me know in the comments section!