Spring is here! Which means that is time to change your home decor to something more colorful and with patterns. So today we bring to you some examples of patterns for this spring to keep up with the interior design trends!
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BLACK AND WHITE STRIPES
What more classic than black and white color combination? This combo makes any room more sophisticated, timeless and elegant. So this spring, black and white stripes in horizontal or graphic floor tiles make a major comeback!
If you don’t a huge change at once, you can gradually introduce black and white stripes into your home, adding it only in your rugs or artwork, combining it with a stunning modern floor lamp. The one you can see in the picture is the beautiful Turner floor lamp by DelightFULL.
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This stripes can easily add interest to an otherwise basic space. To have a look like this, keep the other accessories simple for maximum visual impact.
Butterflies patterns are a huge trend for this season. These magnificent creatures bring a touch of fantasy to everything from fabrics to fashion. Therefore is no longer an element only seen in children’s rooms.
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This pattern can also add an innocent touch to your home decoration. In this bedroom, the beautiful chandelier by Koket brings the wild side of this animal, with its delicate metal butterflies in perfect harmony composing an overblown dramatic scenario.
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When using geometric patterns the key is to remember that you’re using them in order to complement your design, so play with them until you feel like they fit and complement your home décor.
Geometric patterns give a stunning look to a modern home decor. So it’s essential to find a balance. If you’re using a lot of patterns in a bold, vibrant way, adding in some white space and simpler elements will help you give balance to the room.
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These types of patterns were first spotted at New York Fashion Week and it’s a trend that will appear even more in home décor this season. So use them to make your home pop.
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The key is to always remember that your patterns need to complement one another, so if one is bold, the other shouldn’t be too busy.
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