This oversized Greek Key pattern makes a rug wonderfully modern when blown up to a large scale and repeated.
This Greek Key rug gives the room a strong base and provides most of its pattern - the designer was very picky about which patterns she layered on top of it, in the form of just a few select throw pillows.
Here a Greek Key tile detail gives the round tub an interesting edge.
This roofdeck has a Greek Key "rug" painted on it, defining the dining area and adding the interest via the intricate pattern.
Originally a border used on classic architectural friezes and pottery, today Greek Key makes for a great border on throw pillows.
Greek Key also makes a striking border on drapes. Also, look closely on the yellow chair on the right and you'll see a sneaky way to wow with this detail.
Here's a more classic use of Greek Key, as an oversized border on bedding. I looked at this picture three times before I noticed that this designer cleverly used the pattern on the nightstand as well!
You are probably saying "I don't see any Greek Key pattern here!" Look very closely at the chairs in the foreground; this print can be subtle when you use muted tones with colors that don't have a strong contrast.
This wallpaper is another great example of a more muted Greek Key pattern.
This Greek Key bedding plays off the border around the room. It's a very crisp detail here.
Here is a better look at a similar Greek key bedding border.
This isn't quite Greek Key, it's a bit of Greek Key gone wild.
Have you been wondering where you first saw this pattern? Perhaps it was on a classic New York deli take out coffee cup like this one.