I am absolutely smitten with these dining chairs. The pattern is the perfect scale and is just enough to say, "Hey, take a look at me!"
Often we see chevrons in a crisp, contrasting colorway, usually paired with white, but this pattern is a nice alternative to that. It is not as sharp as some of the others that we see.
The colors of this chevron pillow exude a feel of fall, and are appropriately spice colored.
We can always count on Oscar de la Renta to bring glamour to the party. This ribbon fabric would look so fabulous as window panels.
I am always drawn to the color palette in Dwell Studios' pairings. This rug is no exception and could be used in a boy's bedroom or a dining room. I would even love to see it as a hallway runner.
Mixing darker and lighter tones of a color adds great interest to the pattern, as seen in this area rug.
In my opinion, a girl can never have enough throws. Layer this cozy one on the end of your bed, and you will be warm all winter long.
Kelly Wearstler's fabric in rust would be the perfect complement to many color stories. Imagine this fabric as accent pillows on a navy, chocolate, gray or even warm teal sofa. Fantastic!
Even the nursery can get in on the chevron trend with adorable bumpers!
Or add just a touch of the pattern with a basket for keeping your diapers and wipes organized. It's brilliant and chic.
If you are a collector of dinnerware like I am, then you might just fall in love with Color Studios' chevron-bordered plates. The blue pattern is outlined in black, which makes it pop right off the plate.