90,797 patterned Home Design Photos

Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
40 Reviews
Pattern; Something that repeats, may be a picture, design or colour. The wallpaper displays the use of patterns because the circles show a repeating image that makes a pattern.
Pattern uses the art elements in planned or random
Interesting pairing of color & pattern! Definitely invites fun!
I like this kind of pattern with the layered colors, it does not have to be as busy.
I like the wall paper pattern.
Pattern- This space represents pattern by repetition of the same shape or design in the chairs and the wallpaper in the background
Try a pattern in a complementary scale. If you have patterned wallpaper, make it pop by upholstering the furniture in a pattern of complementary scale. The key word here is scale: Notice how the pattern on the chairs is smaller than that on the walls, therefore
“Light” — Shaun Travis
Mediterranean Bathroom
Love this pattern. Can you tell me what size tiles were used for the large wall pattern? Thanks
Snail area very interesting w/ tile pattern.
Like the pattern but not the color
Like pattern of tile not color
subway tile pattern on shower walls.
Tile color and pattern
diamond pattern trim
Tile pattern in white?
interesting tile pattern
love the colors and pattern
Tile pattern...wow tile pattern...love the pattern!...Wall tile pattern...TILE PATTERNS...dark tile pattern...shower tile pattern
“just for kicks” — coldterror
California Home + Design
Bright, Modern Bedroom
A mix of bold, but sophisticated patterns keep this bedroom both fun and fabulous. Designed by Vanessa De Vargas. Photo by Teri Lynn Fisher for California Home + Design.
Red and blue color and pattern for a bold bedroom design
Pattern is provided when you repeat an image
Design Principle: Pattern This one is obvious. Most of the room is covered with patterns. From the blankets to the walls there are patterns everywhere. Although the patterns are not the same all around this still shows the principle of pattern.
love the symmetry, color balance, and mix of patterns.
pattern on pattern on pattern I love this look, probably would add brass accents
I really like the different patterns!
Mostly because the exuberant pattern is kept to three places, and the rest has a really low profile.
“Wall paper” — zozoshulman
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
Street Car Lofts Bathroom
Pattern of 3 x 6 and 4 x 12
pattern in tile for back splash
Nice tile pattern, single color, 3x6 and 1x3?
NOTE: this pattern will go in the apt.
Like this pattern but would prefer
Get hip to the mixMixing tiles in different sizes and shapes allows you to create a unique tile pattern in your bathroom. Here, a narrow border is used between every row of brick-shaped tiles for a more interesting finish.
“Locker room pattern” — linenkugel
ds design studio
4 Reviews
Versaille Pattern in Mexican Noce
What would you suggest is the best way to lay out this pattern? We are doing this ourselves and would love any advice. We considered making cardboard templates and marking the backer board with pen?
Call the tile and stone shops near you and ask for Travertine in Versaille pattern. Good luck. Debbie
Hi Debbie. I love your pattern. Can you please share what sized tiles you used for this pattern and what the pattern is? I don't see a large square, unless it is off of the picture that is shown
I googled Versailles Pattern Images and found this guide. http://besttile.com/uploads/images/Patterns/PatternA-Versailles.gif Making a cardboard template of the pattern and numbering the pieces by size makes sense to me. Good luck. Debbie
“versailles pattern” — Unlimited Design
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
40 Reviews
Basement Den
Patterns colors and texture combo is awesome
the painted pattern on wall as well as the wall colour and large baseboards
plaids can mix and match with other patterns. The patterned wall is an ideal backdrop for a quartet of plaid-upholstered dining chairs.
Pattern punch. A game table with oversize contemporary club chairs provides the color and pattern in this scheme. The pattern might be subdued (plaid), but the color
mid-century about the pattern, and the shape is contemporary. It's a great pairing of furniture and pattern.
Light-colored interlocking rings on chocolate brown cover a wall to create a focal point. The rest of the walls are painted in the same brown to showcase the pattern. Orange chairs and accessories
“LIke bar” — jackmom
Buckminster Green LLC
9 Reviews
Kitchen Backsplash
What an interesting backsplash to a small kitchen. What a great idea to add a little pattern
Beautiful patterned tile backsplash! What a focal point in the kitchen.
LOVE this pattern tiled backsplash, with staineless steel, and jade green counters.
made by the bold pattern on the walls, don't you think?
New rustic. This backsplash tile marries a rustic pattern with modern colors. Along with stainless steel appliances, wood ceiling beams and soft colors on the cabinets and walls, the look is both new and rustic.
bold patterns are in vogue right now — try placing one on your kitchen walls. Many companies produce overscale patterns that can be customized to repeat, much like wallpaper. With a large-patterned tile, it's very important to lay out your wall space thoughtfully, so that your design ends up looking even
“Tiles” — flotoe
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Palmetto Tree Bookcase
is the way to go for longevity. For a modern look, try a bold high gloss color. For a more traditional approach, think about a harlequin floor pattern or border around the edges. Let me know how it turns out! I love the look of painted wood.
I LOVE this floor/floor pattern for the nursery/closet
of harlequin patterns in home design
A charming toffee yellow and sky blue diamond pattern on an old wood floor creates an inviting cottage feel in this sitting room. A pattern such as this requires you use the lighter color as the base. Once it is dry, you can lay out your pattern with careful measuring
22. Dining room + lots of paint = patterned floor. Whether you go for a classic checkerboard or modern stencils, painting a pattern onto the dining room floor means you can forgo the rug. Paint the background first, or let the natural
“door trim is very traditional, with a thick piece above” — MSL Architecture
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