One really beautiful way to use the Chevron pattern is in your wood flooring. The color is still neutral enough to work with any decor but it adds a pop to the room that goes beyond what you normally get from wood flooring.
Your floor doesn't have to be wood for the Chevron pattern to work. You can get Chevron tiles, too. I like the narrower V's in this particular tile pattern.
Pay attention to the colors that you choose for your Chevron pattern. This light color offers a much more natural feeling than bolder or darker colors would. This can lessen the impact of the pattern which is nice when you're going for a serene feeling in your home.
Your Chevron-inspired tile doesn't have to just be on the floor. It can add a great sense of texture to a wall or backsplash. Notably, it's actually a herringbone design that we see in this picture (which is similar to Chevron but not quite the same) but this could be done with Chevron tiles as well.
The curtains here have a Chevron pattern that really makes the room interesting. I think it's a little bit much to set this pattern against striped walls, though. What do you think?
Sometimes the more subtle a Chevron pattern is, the bolder the statement it makes. The Chevron pattern here isn't obvious but it's definitely worked into the design of the ceiling. This is so unique that it makes a really interesting visual impact.
Most Chevron patterns alternate colors between rows (black then white then black, for example). However, you don't have to do it this way. Playing around with where you place the colors can give a very different feeling to this pattern.
Take a look at this creative ceiling. Wouldn't it be interesting if the pattern was a Chevron pattern instead of just the stripes?
Pillows are another great temporary item that is great for playing around with the Chevron design in your home. This triangle-based pillow hints at that type of design. You could mingle Chevron patterned pillows with these as well as with striped pillows for a really interesting effect.