202 ikat patterns Midcentury Living Design Photos

Designed Space Interior Exterior
Apartment renovation
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ikat cushions
“Small space living and dining area. Comfortable chaise with dining table for four.” — rubymae
Chioco Design
Living room
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zebra pattern will awaken even the most sleepy eyes.
it is possible to mix all kinds of patterns and styles
PATTERN: the picture shows more about the repeated things and patterns keep this room both fun and fabulous, they
zebra pattern will awaken even the most sleepy eyes.
Here's another example of a Persian rug getting along swimmingly with multiple patterns and textures
SightMix it up! I cannot emphasize this enough. Don't be afraid to mix patterns, textures and colors. I love this room, a visual masterpiece with all of
great pattern layering. love this room
“Living Rooms” — Becky Perales
Anthony Baratta LLC
Hamptons Modern
Ideabooks4,924
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The color scheme and geometrical patterns
Although there are some midcentury chairs mixed in here, the patterns and wall art are iconic '70s. Notice all the different geometrics mixed
stage in this living room. Neon wall art, featuring a 1970s-style geometric pattern, partners perfectly with a diamond rug and circle cushions, the pale colours
3. Geometric printsDiamonds and other punchy geometric patterns, are a girls’ (and guys’) best friend when decorating at home. Want to
Add a clashing print, or complement with soft-furnishings in a similar pattern and shade.
“Sympa” — rmadar
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Cottesloe
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I like how there is leather and cool patterns mixed in. I dont want to walk in the room and feel like there is too much
cushions add a strong sophisticated colour splash, and tie in well with the patterned fabric on the chairs in the foreground
Leather couch, patterned chairs, rug, art...the whole thing
love pattern mix and colors, replace orange for green in photo
introduce textiles into an interior. Rather than upholstering an entire sofa in pattern textiles, look to applying it to armchairs only. This interior has a very
leather sofa are both neutral colours that go well together; its the white pattern on the armchairs that creates the life and interest in this interior.Take
scheme that feels quite ‘beach house’. Embrace this casual look with funky patterns, white walls and lots of natural elements, such as light timber, rattan
“color scheme” — Lynette Dinnebier
Jan Skacelik
Living room
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doesn't stick out.Two great examples of carrying color throughout are the ikat pillows in the previous photo, which have shots of the same teal as the sofa
“Sympa” — rmadar
Genesis Architecture, LLC.
3 Reviews
Christensen Remodeling
Ideabooks3,136
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If you don't want to be so literal, try a more subtle pattern in shades of green and ivory. Can't you just picture a birch forest in spring?
Nice pattern and colour...rug pattern...colors and patterns...Tree pattern...pattern in rug
“Tree pattern” — nrhopp
Rikki Snyder
6 Reviews
DWR Living Room Remodel
Ideabooks2,133
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Please provide details on the drapes love the pattern - would love them in deep, charcoal grey or lime green.
curtain pattern...drapery pattern...Love the curtain pattern...Drape pattern...Use of pattern and color
“Elutuba, rohelised toonid” — hobiaednik
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
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Private Residence in Paris, France
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pattern on chair, bright red table, whitewashed wood beams, polished dark wood floor
Small Dot Pattern fabric and a futuristic stool give the color combination an atomic spin here.
Charles and Ray Eames, Small Dot Pattern, 1947Atomic
the productive, rather than destructive, atom. The graphic and geometric pattern recalls an atom’s molecular structure. Maharam reintroduced the fabric in
“Free Form: the table is abstract or geometrical and the chair is realistic or traditional....the woo” — hpkelly17
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