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Christy Dillard Kratzer
3 Reviews
I love the damask fabric on the sofa. Can you tell me the pattern name? Thanks!
I do not have the pattern name but it is a Christopher Hyland fabric I purchased through the J Nelson showroom at the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center. Hope this helps!
Color and pattern on the bench
fabrics and coordinate in an alternating pattern. Typically, whether on a sofa or bed, the pillows are arranged in a perfectly symmetrical layout. As you can see on the sofa in this more traditional space, the pillows alternate one after the other in a succinct pattern.
Monochromatic. Pattern can be used in even the palest, beigest room, if it’s used subtly. This elegant sofa is upholstered in a bold tone-on-tone damask pattern. Because damask uses the soft highlights of the weft and warp, it’s a wonderful
“Cojines cenefa” — chelacuevas
Cushing Custom Homes, Inc.
1 Review
Kitchen Addition and Renovation in North Wilmington, Delaware
New mudroom with tumbled marble floor installed in a herringbone pattern. New window seat, cubbies, cabinets, and desk/work area are all custom. Chip Riegel Photography
tumbled marble floor in herringbone pattern - interesting
installed in a herringbone pattern
small herringbone pattern
like the brick pattern floor
Nice floor tile and pattern
Herringbone brick pattern
Travertine Tile Brick Pattern Herringbone
like floor pattern
“Mudroom tiled floor” — ninaggarrison
Clay Squared to Infinity
11 Reviews
Classic Subway Tile Bathtub Surround
subway tile pattern with black mixed in
Tiles on floor (no pattern)
Tiles & tile pattern
historic tile pattern
inset pattern under tub
This gorgeous claw-foot tub is handsomely surrounded by a black and white floor tile border. The tiling is in a Greek key pattern, and it was likely laid by a tiling professional. A slim border of black pencil liner adds to the theme.
Greek Key Floor Pattern
floor pattern
“wall color” — Renee Phillips
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
10 Reviews
Interior Entry
pattern and transition to next room
Like the change in pattern and color of this floor.
wood pattern...Flooring pattern...Change in pattern...Floor pattern
“Shapes, formal and not” — susbrady
Cristi Holcombe Interiors, LLC
2 Reviews
drape pattern and color accessories, wall color
Love the mix of color and pattern.
textile you love, use it as a base for other accessories in that room. The color alone ties together the drapes and the rug in this room, though the patterns are very different. Tangerine knickknacks on the shelf bring the whole room together.
13. Keep it in the (same colour) familyIf you want to make a bold statement, pick two or more contrasting patterns in a colour combo that pops, like the orange and white geometric rug and floral drapes used in this mid-century modern office.
“Rug” — Kristie Cannon
TRG Architects
7 Reviews
Master Bath2
The floor is AKDO's Doga tile (wood-like porcelain planking), laid out in a herringbone pattern. The floor of the shower is AKDO 3/8"X3/8" interlocking mosaic blue lagos honed.
Like the floor tile pattern.
Herrinbone floor pattern
herringbone pattern...tile pattern...Floor tile pattern...color pattern...Floor pattern
“The bath” — tophouse1974
Dayka Robinson Designs
Stylish Apartment Living
Can I mixed the cheveron pattern duvet with a ikat pattern pillow?
Absolutely! Just pay attention to your scale. The chevron pattern on the bed is large scale pattern, the pillows are a medium scale, and the sheets are a small scale, which is why this look works. Good luck! xo
Love this feel and mix of colors and patterns
Mix up your bedding patterns. The sheets, duvet and pillows in this room all have similar patterns with striped and jagged lines. Changing the pattern sizes — small, medium and large — creates dynamic scale and visual interest.
“purple and pattern combo” — Ruthie Rhodes
Elizabeth Gordon
Hollywood Residence
I'd like to know the tile size used in the herringbone pattern on the fireplace? I have a similar scale fireplace and am struggling with options. Thank you!
The living separately concept works beautifully in this room, by designer Elizabeth Gordon. If they had been placed together, the pattern of the screens and the pattern of the wallpaper might have looked as uncomfortable as Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin did when attending events together just before
Star appeal. While this room is a perfect study in how to mix patterns and colors, it's all about the gold-leafed starburst mirror installed on the ceiling. This becomes the real star of the room.
So many lovely gold tones! From the sunburst mirror (an ingenious way to cover an old light fixture?) and metallic patterned wallpaper on the ceiling to the luxe screens and gilded vase on the mantle, this room is pure 24-karat pleasure. And yet it's nothing garish, just
“Colors” — Tonya Cattan
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