In this corner of the room, a ruby-red canvas commands attention. Two armchairs below add to the eclectic aesthetic, though their small-scale prints keep all eyes on the artwork. A bookshelf proudly displays a mix of modern and vintage accents unique to the client.
Don't be afraid of mixing plaids, checks and prints. Just keep your selections in the same color family to keep the look cohesive. An eclectic mix of patterns creates a casual and homey feel that most guests will appreciate. Tip: Tea towels are excellent to use for oversized napkins and can be found in a variety of prints and patterns.
Whereas the clean-lined console table gives the foyer structure, mixed prints make the space feel fun and youthful. Notice how designer Stefani Stein used the art to inform the color of the ottomans and ensure that the space looks interesting yet cohesive.
One of the most difficult aspects of decorating is finding a harmonious mix of patterns. Here, different patterns are used on the throw pillows to add depth and complexity to the space. The key to mixing prints is to use a variety of small, medium and large scales rather than several patterns of the same size.
Matching custom leather-upholstered headboards draw the eye in this teen bedroom. The teal transitional space features a mix of prints, including floral curtains and patterned pillows to dress up the room.
A mix of printed textiles, furniture styles and decorative artwork creates a polished yet relaxed look in this living room. Bold curtains flank striped blinds, while a stacked stone fireplace adds a rustic touch in the cozy space.
A paisley print quilt in teal and white plays off the dark teal walls while keeping the space from feeling too heavy. Mixing the printed quilt with the blue and yellow striped Roman shades keeps the eye moving and punctuates the room with interesting patterns and textures.