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Milwaukee Renaissance Condo
Home & Stone
Good mix of patterns ie walls, cabinet. Dislike the light fixture
mix patterns...Wallpaper pattern...wall pattern
Martha O'Hara Interiors
Bruce Avenue Residence Lower-Level Powder Room
a new pattern to the ceiling. Look for something in a complementary scale, and likely a more neutral color, so the space feels cozy and inviting, not overbearing. Click photo to see more of the ceiling.More: 13 Ceiling Treatments to Look Up ToGreat Ideas for Painted Ceilings
mirror? Mixed pattern?
contrast pattern on ceiling.
Patterns hasty en el Techo
play with patterns!
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Martha O'Hara Interiors
Bruce Avenue Residence Lower-Level Power Room 2
good use of two patterns in one space
Love the mix and match wallpapers. Not necessarily these two, but I love the idea.
Play with pattern...Patterned ceiling...Mixed patterns?...The pattern mixing....Wallpaper mix!
Annie Hall Interiors
Love the mix of pattern, sink is good
use of patterned tile. Also like the how the small pattern reads in this room
Busy pattern on one small wall
love the patterned tiles
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Black and white stripes with raised silver stenciling
great mix of patterns mixed well for a sense of whimsy.
Pattern small on foyer walls with large randomly placed and then large random up the stairway
French Country Style Powder Room
Mixed stone patterns, too light though. Idea of backsplash
particular pattern for the tiles though.
Brentwood Regency State
patterned powder room to match hallway color without being too matchy-matchy
pattern on pattern of wallpaper and mirror; nice for girls' bathroom
Fretwork also is the inspiration for patterns seen on many wallpapers and fabrics. Here a fretwork mirror hung over wallpaper featuring a fretwork trellis pattern creates an intriguing combination. Tip: Don't be afraid of layering patterns in a room for a dynamic
creates a pattern on a pattern, making this bathroom even more special.
Find furnishings with smaller-scaled designs. Fabric isn’t the only element to consider when pairing patterns; furnishings will also do the trick. As always, scale is everything. Try a mirror with a smaller-scale Greek key pattern