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the trellis patterned rug
KARLA TRINCANELLO-CID - INTERIOR DECISIONS, INC.
Karla Trincanello, NJ CID, ASID Allied
luxury bedroom in blue. Added molding and handpainted diamond trellis pattern, silk satin headboard and canopy. Photo credit: Peter Rymwid
luxury bedroom in blue. Added molding and handpainted diamond trellis pattern, silk satin headboard and canopy
different textures and patterns, two-tone canopy
Kirsten Nease Designs
Detailed view of window shows trellis pattern on drapery - much like iron-work in a garden gate. Tassel trim in blue, green and brown tie it all together
Detailed view of window shows trellis pattern on drapery - much like iron-work in a garden gate. Tassel trim in blue
Poppy Beach, Cape Cod
These colors but modern trellis pattern spread
Red Egg Design Group
Similar wall color with tealish trellis pattern.
Pacifica Interior Design
y, Mohawk Eternal Trellis is discontinued.-K
Unfortunately, Mohawk Eternal Trellis is discontinued.-K
a bit of pattern on the carpet like this seems kinda cool to me.
Mohawk Eternal Trellis in Alabaster...carpet - tone on tone pattern...Mohawk Eternal Trellis...pattern in carpet...carpet pattern...Carpet Mohawk Modern Trellis
wall pattern contrast w/ window covering pattern, Simple window
principle: pattern- is when a shape is being repeated to create an artistic design. you can see the pattern in the chairs
even the curtains. this pattern gives the room a bit more liveliness and doesn't make it seem dull.
Unity Principle - the patterns and colors in this room
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
picture shows patterns with all the patterns in the blankets and wall it is a pattern the is repeating over and over.
color and pattern for a bold bedroom design
Design Principle: Pattern This one is obvious. Most of the room is covered with patterns. From the
Vanessa De Vargas of Turquoise Interior Design effortlessly mixes multiple patterned elements. By selecting fabrics and a wallpaper with the same level of intensity
What can I say? It just works. Mostly because the exuberant pattern is kept to three places, and the rest has a really low profile.
I really like the different patterns!