In the master bedroom, Naomi’s skill at blending patterns is once again on full display. The bed pillows, headboard and sheets all boast unique yet related patterns. A mud cloth bolster and embroidered suzani pillow add texture to the bed. And a custom headboard has been upholstered in a deep gray fabric. The neutral heavy color palette weaves the various pieces together.
This small powder room has big personality. The floating vanity opens up the space and allows the eye to move easily and enjoy the chic chevron flooring. The wallpaper's vertical pattern moves the eye up which makes the room appear larger. According to designer Susan Jamieson "the wallpaper looks like porcupine quills and is a playful and perfect juxtaposition to the chevron floor. It's really okay to mix patterns in small spaces as long as you create visual balance and keep the eye moving."
Blue and green toile prints combine with chevron pattern headboard in this eclectic boy's bedroom. A small basketball hoop is mounted to the wall, and a basket of balls sits by the bed for playing before bedtime.
A formal dining room in gray is highlighted by soft gold accents and an eclectic blue-and-gold sideboard. A mix of patterns from the polka dot curtains to the dining chairs with a leaf motif add visual interest to the space.
This soothing guest bedroom features a queen size bed with organic bedding and a headboard that is slanted to make it more comfortable to read at night. Mixed patterns in a gray and white color scheme with a pop of red add depth to the space.
A mix of patterns brings designer flair to this bed ensemble. While layering different prints may seem intimidating, interior designers say the key to getting it right is to achieve the proper mix of scale. To keep the layered look from becoming too busy, use a mix of small-, medium- and large-scale patterns and stick with a cohesive color scheme. By keeping the colors similar yet slightly off from one another, the result is sure to be successful.
The lofty layering of multicolored throw pillows keeps the living room feeling inviting and luxurious. The scale of the pillows' patterns don't compete with one another, making it a mix-and-match success.
Tall ceilings, a light color palette and French doors give this girl's room a fresh, spacious look. Light blue trim frames the doors and windows, while a deeper shade of blue pops in the patterned bedding. A red throw pillow complements the red in the artwork mounted above, and fuzzy stools bring a fun texture to the room.
Contemporary dining chairs covered with a geometric fabric pair well with a more traditional floral area rug in this breakfast nook. The nearly floor-to-ceiling windows flood the room with natural light, making the space feel bright and cheery.
As seen on HGTV's Flipping the Block, Amanda Marks and her boyfriend Curtis Goldin installed custom wainscoting around the master bedroom, creating cozy cottage vibe. Teal paint and crown molding complete the walls, while layered textiles in an array of graphic patterns adorn the room.