When you first start feeling comfortable working with pattern in your home, it can be tempting to overdo it or jump right in with a riskier purchase (think a patterned sofa, for example). There are so many small ways to get comfortable with mixing and matching patterns that don’t require a huge purchase.
A classic striped tablecloth that would work for a number of occasions. It’s available in four color options!
This one is on my wishlist! It’s available in four different shapes and sizes.
I’m obsessed with these chairs. They’re an unexpected and cool alternative to your basic dining chair.
I never met a stripe I didn’t like. These would look so cute dotted around a table for a dinner party. Choose from three color options!
I own three kantha quilts and I am never not itching to get a few more. We use them for picnics, sitting in the yard on a beautiful day, or draped over a sofa or bed.
One of my favorite furniture decor pieces I got for our house is our scalloped screen from The Inside. It’s a low-stakes way to go for a large patterned piece. This piece is available in 100+ fabric options!
I love a strong graphic pattern in toned-down neutrals. This is in my shopping cart!
Swapping out napkins is an easy way to make your standard tablescape look fresh. I love this pretty block-printed option!
This rug is available in three color options and would look great in any room. I love the scale of the print!
I love the warmth of a fabric lampshade, and the fringe design of this one makes it particularly unique. This pattern is a favorite of mine!
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BY Kate Arends - May 12, 2023
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