Do you love the decorative ideas with patterns, but do not you dare to implement them at home? Many people are like that, but actually there is no reason for fear at all! Combining different patterns in the interior design is not that difficult if you follow certain rules. Here we have a list of such. And in our pictures you will find many more concrete design suggestions.
The patterns in this room were introduced by noble, glamorous surfaces
Decorating ideas with monochrome colors
There are easy ways, different great patterns in the interior design to use. One possibility would be the use of monochrome colors. In the first of our articles you will discover how sophisticated and universally such a solution works. The safest way to do it is with black paint. The situation is similar with the other neutral shades.
With the patterns, you can create contrasts in the background shading.
The patterns on this little Rollo spice up the bathroom significantly
Pattern on curtains and other textiles
Curtains and other textiles are another sure way of introducing patterns to interior design. You can easily replace them if you do not like the effect. Otherwise, it encourages you to broaden pattern even more in the decoration use.
The different patterns here are all in similar colors
Different patterns in similar colors
Discover the variety of patterns! That is exactly what the designers of the next room did. You can see a variety of geometric motifs, but they harmonize wonderfully with each other. The reason for this is that they were executed in similar shades. This affects both the picture, as well as the sofa and the throw pillows.
Geometric blue patterns are a great background for this neutral space
Pattern for the neutral wall design
Even a very minimalist design concept could also benefit from the patterns. You could keep everything in simple shapes and a consistent color palette. For invigorating you can opt for a wall design with patterns. That’s exactly what you have done in the next picture. Here the patterns are executed in a neutral shade. In many interior designs, too, a bold color would look pretty good.
The common theme of all patterns is wildlife here
A uniform topic
Different patterns harmonize with each other when they are subordinated to one and the same topic. The next two pictures (above and below the text) show just that. In the photo above, we are dealing with animal patterns and in the lower one, we decided to use Mediterranean design.
Using patterns of different shades, you can weld the color palette together at home!
So the bottom line is that you could say that pattern patterns are not that difficult. You just have to make up part of a very well thought-out concept. If you are subordinate to a theme or a color, or if you weld the entire color palette of the room together, they look harmonious. With interchangeable textiles and accessories you can do many experiments in this regard. Once you have found the right thing for you, the patterns with patterns will certainly make the interior design look very personal and charming!