13 Perfectly Patterned Rooms

These bold spaces will inspire you to break out of your decorating rut.

living room with eclectic pieces
Ken Hayden/Photoshot/Red Cover
These bold spaces will inspire you to break out of your decorating rut.
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living room with eclectic pieces
Ken Hayden/Photoshot/Red Cover
Large and in Charge
If your all-solid room is looking a bit drab, try easing into patterns. Freshen up a piece of furniture, such as an armchair, with a patterned slipcover. Then hang a large piece of artwork at the focal point of the living room for an instant update.
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room with zebra print pillows and rug
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Tame Animals
Not all pattern play has to be loud. Spruce up your space with zebra pillows and a matching rug. Keep the rest of the neutral decor untouched to help this feminine space maintain its quiet feel.
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living room with orange couch and big windows next to lake
Peter Margonelli/Photoshot/Red Cover
Playful Prints

Complement a bold orange sectional with a fun ottoman — or two. (They're easy to change when you're ready to swap out the pattern.) Add coordinating throw pillows to complete the lively look.

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patterned floors curtains colorful pillows and clairs
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Head to Toe
Striking patterns turn a nondescript white room into something special. For a dramatic look, consider patterned, floor-to-ceiling curtains. Choose an area rug in the same color scheme to balance the horizontal and vertical patterns.
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pink room with lots of patterns in white and pink
Henry Wilson/Photoshot/Red Cover
Pretty in Pink
Energize your living room with layers of patterns. Start with a solid wall for your backdrop and let the patterns pop. Stick to one color family to avoid sensory overload.
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living room with large window and long curtains in simplistic design
Laura Moss/Photoshot/Red Cover
Bottoms Up
Still not convinced that patterns are for you? Try decorating your living room with all solids, except the area rug. Choose a color block pattern that is interesting to look at without making your space unbearable. And don't be timid when selecting the solid pieces. Commit to at least one bold hue, like a sunny yellow.
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living room with open doors and windows
Deborah Whitlaw-Llewellyn/Photoshot/Red Cover
Mix and Match

It turns out you can pair polka dots with stripes. The large pieces in this room each boast a different pattern, but thanks to their subdued color palette, the prints work together to create a perfect union.

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classy living room with patterned armchairs and mirror
Ana Donahue Interiors/Michael J. Lee
Flair for Drama
Love the look of a bold pattern but afraid to commit? Use loud patterns in a place that can easily be updated, such as chairs, in case you change your mind. To create an eye-catching aesthetic, showcase patterns on an unexpected piece, like an X-bench or a fabric lampshade.
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child's bedroom with boat wall paper
Katie Lydons Interiors/Courtesy Jonny Valiant
Child’s Play
Kids rooms are a perfect place to experiment with patterns. Retro wallpaper combined with the striped rug doesn’t overwhelm the space, but instead gives it a sense of playfulness. Our verdict? Just have fun with it.
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orange living room with patterned pillows
Katie Rosenfeld Design/Courtesy Michael J. Lee
Buttoned Up
Going for a more sophisticated look? Patterns can solve your problem. Stick with solids for your largest pieces, such as the sofa and ottoman. Choose a mix of fun prints and a more traditional one, like a plaid, to adorn your pillows and window treatments.
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living room playing with the color orange
Madcap Cottage/Courtesy Madcap Cottage
Pillow Fight

One of the easiest (and cheapest!) ways to upgrade your décor is to get new pillows. For a more dramatic effect, pile them on. Choose a variety of patterns, shapes, and sizes — and splurge for an oversized pouf for the floor. It’s a small investment that yields a big return.

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colorful bedroom with dog
Courtesy of Madcap Cottage
Go Big or Go Home
Like a runway outfit from a top designer, this room blends patterns in a surprising fashion. Complementary colors, like green and pink, help tie the elements together.
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bedroom with green wall paper and fun and colorful bedding
Henry Wilson/Photoshot/Red Cover
Foreign Affairs
Steal inspiration from around the globe with beautiful patterns such as ikats and batiks. Worldly designs are an easy way to give your home some international flavor.
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