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Delia Shades
Delia Shades' Custom Solar Shades in "Moorish Door" pattern
Ideabooks5,218
Questions4
actually a patterned roller shade made of Greenguard-certified material that is specially woven for this purpose so that it won't crack or fade under constant UV exposure. It had the highest possible technical certifications for resistance to fire, mold, and mildew, and can be cleaned with a gentle detergent
interesting pattern becomes the focus of the room
Window - need that pattern for my blinds
Patterned glass windows is an alternative to window treatments.
zellige pattern add ethnic interest to this spare loft, while assuring privacy from neighbors.
“Roller shades printed with a Moroccan zellige pattern add ethnic interest to this spare loft, while assuring privacy from neighbors.” —
What if we did a pattern like this on the back wall, with floating shelves?
“Love the window decor” — lizziesideas
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Tara Seawright
Guest Room
Ideabooks3,735
Questions6
I like this patterns a lot. I would want this on one wall where my bed would be and I
would never have mixed both the colors and patterns. but it works and is soothing.
soften. Pattern also works because there is little clutter.
mixing patterns. It creates a cozy effect!
Solid Headboard against the bold pattern of the wallpaper
geometric pattern that stands out when you look at the whole wall.
Love your bedroom but feel that something is a little flat? Add depth with a patterned wallpaper. This graphic floral print is perfect for adding interest to a space without additional accessories.
awash in pattern. The black and white floral wallpaper has the grounding effect of a solid-color wall, but it's much more interesting. The light yellows and greens soften it, and the utter absence of distracting clutter makes it work.More: A decorator's formula for layering patterns right
“wall paper for the salon” — slozen
Eclectic Bathroom
Ideabooks1,612
Questions5
a tile pattern for my master bath
brick pattern combined with thin rectangular tiles
for Master. tile pattern - long rectangles thin & thick.
tile pattern - try this with royal beige
Tile pattern for shower
design pattern of tiles
Pattern style of tile
tile pattern floor cream color
tile pattern & various sizes
tile pattern...limestone pattern...like floor pattern...custom pattern
“Limestone tile” — Karpuk Design Group
Anne Grice Interiors
1 Review
Black Swan Residence, Aspen
Ideabooks3,081
Questions5
herringbone pattern. Thank you for the question!
herringbone pattern in wood at entry ?
I like these tiles in that pattern for my shower beautiful!
chevron pattern in the wall (travertine or limestone tile)
I looked at this for the overall floor pattern thinking of a chevron design... I like it!
Herringbone. Wall tile pattern
pattern of wall tile
diagonal pattern of wall tiles
chevron patterned wall tile
Herring bone tile pattern
herringbone pattern...Chevron pattern...Tile pattern...Cool tile pattern
“6x12 Arizona Tile limestone in herringbone pattern on wall” — jsaad2499
Caitlin Wilson
Black + White Office
Ideabooks6,152
Questions7
here with pattern. Any two patterns can be handled this way. Notice how they are paired here; this keeps them balanced and limits any visual cacophony.
of one pattern, then 2 of another pattern, and then 1 rectangle in the center in another. I love to find a pattern that incorporates multiple colors and then pull those other colors for the other pillows. The styling secret is down feather inserts — this is a must!
and this pattern serves as a great foil for the blue and white toile pillows.
It worked with soup cans. Andy Warhol demonstrated the value of repeating the same image over and over. The same principle applies here with pattern. Any two patterns can be handled this way. Notice how they are paired here;
“Love” — joannajaiden
Brian Watford ID
1 Review
Master Bedroom
Ideabooks24,121
Questions11
i love the mix of patterns
Stick with a monochromatic palette. Pattern play is easy on the eyes when the colors are in harmony. Here the animal stripes on the pillows are in sync with the circular pattern of the rug.
like the pattern and color of the rug. I also like how the bold colors harmonize with each other.
large pattern, one medium, and one small patterned fabric. If you were to use the same sized patterns throughout your bedding set, it would look way too busy. Consider scale and size of your textile designs and vary them to create visual interest. In this picture, the large zebra print on the euro shams
palette. Pattern play is easy on the eyes when the colors are in harmony. Here the animal stripes on the pillows are in sync with the circular pattern of the rug.
“Pillows” — elise1234567
Debbie Basnett, Vintage Scout Interiors
3 Reviews
Galley Kitchen
Ideabooks5,764
Questions5
between thw pattern. how did you start it off
this tile pattern is so amazing. It's a great kitchen!!
Subway tile herringbone pattern but very slim grout lines
subway tile made into herringbone pattern
backsplash ---- pattern
Subway tile pattern
Backsplash nice subway tiles pattern
start the pattern....Backsplash pattern...Tile pattern....Tile pattern...herringbone pattern...Love the pattern...Subway tile pattern
“Back splash in kitchen” — kkalmar
Debra Toney, AIA Assoc.
Ivy Street Kitchen
Ideabooks11,770
Questions26
a new pattern rather than just traditional.
is, a patterned floor such as this is both unique and dramatic.
For a reasonably affordable way to add style to your space, try a linoleum tile design. The oversized graphic patterns bring a heightened sense of dimension to this kitchen.
Linoleum also comes in large sheets that can be laid down as a solid color — or you can have a bit of fun with it. A pattern that's bold and bright and unique to your home is something that you'll only be able to achieve with a material like linoleum. Just don't try to do the in
one-of-a-kind patterns, such as the circular motif pictured here. Plus, it's affordable, durable and easy to maintain. Cons: Linoleum can wear and fade with time and use. Many manufacturers add a protective coating before the material is sold; without this coating, the floors may need periodic waxing and polishing
“pennisula next to dining room???” — Beverly Mathies
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