This boy's nursery ditches blue for a more daring black and white color scheme. A chevron stripe throw ties to a graphic rug. A vintage armless rocking chair sits next to a five-foot tall stuffed giraffe wearing a hat and necktie.
This boy's nursery fits a lot of style into a small space. A black and white chevron throw and graphic pattern rug add a touch of sophistication. Other details include a wooden crib with an espresso finish, an armless rocking chair and a rocking horse.
It's all about the details in this beautiful Chicago foyer beginning with a chevron section in the hardwood flooring. A patterned rug runs up the center of the stairs adding color to the neutral space. Large open doorways create an open and spacious feel.
Stepping into the living room reveals soaring ceilings accentuated by reclaimed wood beams. An oversized rug anchors the sitting area below, with a large neutral sofa and two chevron-patterned armchairs layered on top. A piano invites the whole family to sing carols at Christmas time.
A black and white striped accent wall showcases multicolored letters in this boy's nursery. Green patterned crib cushions are matched with a green spotted rug and monogrammed green throw pillow. A gray chevron light fixture and black and white graphic curtain add more pleasing patterns to the mix.
The white walls of this midcentury modern living room are livened with patterns and color in the furniture and decor. A striped rug complements the coloring of the patterned armchairs. Chevron and solid throw pillows and a set of sleek drawers add bursts of yellow color to the room.
Several patterns and a rich color scheme were the focus of designer SuzAnn Kletzien's plan for this eclectic living room. A vibrant green accent wall frames the bay window area, while a brick wall provides a rustic edge behind a soft black chenille sofa. Kletzien paired together a black vintage Persian rug with two other rugs, including one with a modern blue and white chevron design, to create a layered look.
Using a blue accent wall, complementary chevron upholstered chair and geometric rug generate a sense of youth in this stylish, contemporary kid's room. A white bookshelf adds space to organize books, games and toys while a chic storage center below a mounted television seems to float on a mirrored, inset base.
Opt for hide rugs in high-traffic areas, like foyers and hallways, because they can stand up to the hustle and bustle. “I love to use hide rugs in foyers and hallways. Since hides are natural animal skin, the material is incredibly durable and cleanable. Hides can be made into rugs in a variety of patterns that include checked, striped, chevron and even circular patterns. This striped hide rug was an ideal choice for this large, central hallway. We custom made it to size and only included white and gray colors which gives the rug some variety, but still allows it to have a neutral and soft effect, says Claire Paquin of Clean Design Partners.
A corner suite designed by BAMO at The New York Palace Hotel features a comfortable sectional sofa with nailhead detail. The Greek key pattern of the sofa trim is echoed in the design of the rug, while the warm chevron pattern and rust-colored accents provide additional dimensions of color.
Upholstery studio Chairloom transformed a family of five's vintage pieces into a custom living room set. Upholstered navy velvet chairs are complemented by the matching pillows on the white sofa and gray and white velvet chair. A tribal pattern rug centers the living room, while funky accessories like the chevron vase create an eclectic feel.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah transformed a dark and cramped basement into a bright recreation room full of amenities for a growing family of four. Neutral blues, grays and whites are used throughout the space's decor for a style that's beautiful yet functional for all. A chevron-patterned area rug is the perfect complement to the vintage herringbone wood coffee table and its blue and gray decorative accessories.