This living room designed by HGTV Design Star contestant Trent Hultgren shows how to mix geometric patterns using the room's accessories while keeping the main furniture piece solid. A dark gray sofa and jet black coffee table ensure the different patterns don't clash.
Flourishing indoor plants bring a lively pop of green into this contemporary gray and white office space. Graphic gray and white wall paper and geometric patterned pillows add layers of visual interest without overpowering the space.
Patterns, textures, colors, styles and unique design items mix to create a bedroom with one-of-a-kind charm. The clock made out of a fan is whimsical and industrial, while a knitted chartreuse throw pillow feels homey and bright. The spectacular and simple headboard is made from slightly unaligned planks of wood.
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.
Natural light filters into this small, feminine space, making it feel brighter and larger. Since the fun, geometric wallpaper is the anchor for the design, white bed linens, floral pillows and colorful stools were added to break up the pattern and bring some additional color into the space, creating an interesting, fun, unique design.
With crisp white walls and trim, hot pink abstract art and geometric patterned pillows take center stage. The black leather chesterfield sofa adds a classic, masculine element that grounds the all-white space.
Art meets function in this stylish, contemporary living room that boasts an eye-catching, geometric mirrored coffee, one-of-a-kind pillows and beautifully patterned curtains. Exposed pipes and concrete ceilings add an industrial feel to the space.
Graphic patterns and letters accent this geometric seating area designed by Elaine Williamson. Black diamond wallpaper and a honeycomb throw pillow are statement pieces in the room, along with a bright orange, nailhead trim stool.
It's easy to picture this living room as a family's primary gathering space. The large sofa is durable yet attractive, and throw pillows and blankets in multiple patterns add to the sense of casual comfort. Because the room and sofa are neutral, it's simple to execute a design change when the homeowners desire — just switch out art and pillows for a fresh, new look.
Pattern mixing is a designer's trick for bringing motion and depth into a space. From the overscaled, lattice-like shape of the FLOR tiles to the diamond stripes of the duvet cover to the geometric print of the throw pillows, pattern is used to draw the eye up from the ground, onto the bed and up to the abstract art.
An interesting mix of geometric and floral patterns looks surprisingly harmonious against the neutral bedding. The different patterns and shapes of the pillows create further interest in this stylish master suite.