How to mix prints & patterns at home
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Mix Master1 of 13
By Stacey Lindsay for Remodelista
Mixing prints and patterns in your home may seem daunting but it's surprisingly simple when you follow these designers' leads. The result is a room that has plenty of personality while still looking pulled together.
Orange Appeal2 of 13
Häringe Palace, a four-star hotel with a rich history, was once a castle for a Swedish Count. The space mixes stripes and prints in an array of colors all tied together by the orange paint on the wall.
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Bright Ideas3 of 13
For adding pops of cheerful color and patterns to any room, start with Rachel Castle's home products like pillows and sheets, designed for both children and adults.
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White-on-White4 of 13
The San Giorgio Hotel in Mykonos worked with Design Hotels for their interiors. The group mixed tile and carpet patterns successfully without overwhelming the space by keeping the color palette within a few shades of the same white.
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Melting Pot5 of 13
The gray-washed walls in Heidi Lender’s Uruguay home act as a neutral base for layers of rich color, exotic patterns and silver and gold finishes.
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Sleeper Hit6 of 13
Les Indiennes, a line of hand-blocked fabrics and wallpapers, mixes blue-and-white patterns in large and small scales for a fresh and easy look.
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The Door Way7 of 13
For this Manhattan bedroom, the designers at Incorporated Architecture & Design gave authentic Thai temple doors a new lease on life by turning them into a headboard. The blue carved piece mixes well with the textured bed covering and the nearby reclaimed wood wall.
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Bedtime Stories8 of 13
For John Robshaw, mixing patterns and prints is a way of life. The textile designer created this sophisticated space with Indian-inspired bedding in soft shades of purple.
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Arabian Brights9 of 13
In her book Marrakesh by Design, Maryam Montague shares some of the best interiors in Morocco, a country known for its saturated color, exotic tiles and plush textiles. This lounge space mixes graphic carpets and colorful pillows, all balanced by the white walls.
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Wanderlust Wonder10 of 13
French hotelier Anne Igou is famous for her whimsical bohemian style, especially evident at the chic Hôtel Nord Pinus. Mixing traditional Moroccan decor with antique fabrics and painted metal finishes results in an unexpectedly dreamy space.
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Style Stirrer11 of 13
Sibella Court, a stylist, makes the pairing of the graphic on the wall, pillows, bed coverings and carpet all work well together because the palette is limited to reds, golds and greens.
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Go Green12 of 13
Spring is calling: In this bedroom by Kerry Cassill, spearmint and lilac marry with paisley prints, creating a refreshing retreat.
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A Simple Plan13 of 13
For this guest bedroom, interior designer Nicole Hollis added graphic global accents to an otherwise understated palette. The modern wall art provides an interesting minimalist contrast to the patterned Suzani-print bed covering.
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