Prints help making any space more eye-catching and bold, just like bright colors, and they can spruce up many spaces easily. It may be very tricky to keep your home decor to just one pattern and sometimes we need to mix the prints. How to do that right and with style? Here are some ideas.
Use Only One Pattern
If you are thinking about one specific pattern idea, we recommend sticking to that one pattern instead of incorporating multiple ones. Doing so will allow that pattern to be the main focus. Meanwhile, keep the rest of the room with simple colors and basic lines. What to choose to add prints? It can be a statement wall done with edgy wallpaper, a bright printed sofa, tiles on a kitchen island, a large printed rug or curtains or even pillows, which are the easiest and most budget-friendly way to add prints to your home.
the only print here is a bright black and white polka dot rug and all the rest of the space is deprived of patterns
a small mudroom spruced up with super dramatic moody wallpaper and all the rest is left monochromatic
an all-white minimalist kitchen enlivened with bright black and white printed tiles on the kitchen island
a peaceful Scandinavian space in neutrals with a cool and creative printed wallpaper wall for a catchy touch
the only print in the space is chevron, and the rest of the space is kep airy and neutral
a boho space with a bright printed rug that adds a more free-spirited feel to the space
a girl's space spruced up with a vintage Persian rug with traditional prints for a cool and bright look
a bright pink and green tropical leaf statement wall spruces up a girlish home office and adds glam
prints are added to this neutral space with monochromatic yet patterned pillows on the sofa
a bright monstera leaf statement wall is amazing for sprucing up the space and making it bold
Pair Larger Or Dramatic Prints With Simpler Ones
Just because you are using pattern does not mean you can’t incorporate prints. The key is working with patterns that come in dark, rich hues and pairing them with other colors that are similar. Having this feature will add an edgy feel to the room while still being feminine and classic. You may also rock larger printed pieces as dominating ones, and all the rest of them will be smaller and secondary, it will work in a stylish way.
bright polka dot printed wallpaper and more neutral and simple geometric prints and stripes
bold leaf printed wallpaper is paired with a simple and neutral printed rug and a polka dot pillow
leaf printed curtains dominating in this boho bedroom and a neutral rug that doesn't stand out much
dramatic moody wallpaper takes over the space and chevron pillows on the sofa add more interest
a printed rug is the main print item in the living room, and the pillows are secondary things
a bold printed artwork makes a statement and a printed rug is a more neutral addition to the dining room
a monochrome striped rug and a simple secondary print on the wrap for the pot make the space bolder
Combine Various Prints In Open Layouts
If you happen to love pattern, you might want to combine multiple different patterns together to create a solid beautiful space. Keep them simple, yet keep them bright, doing so bring a cohesive look even if you include numerous different patterns. Do no limit yourself to 2-3 patterns consider adding 5 or more, create a bold space where prints and colors are dominating.
use different prints in open layouts, especially if the zones are visually divided somehow or you may even idvide them with prints
an open layout with multiple boho prints that are still very alike, yet done in different colors and shades
two spaces united into one by opening the doors and bright and different prints on textiles and upholstery
an open layout in Scandinavian style with various Nordic motifs and different boho chic prints
boho prints in the living room and geometric prints on the ceiling of the dining room
printed wallpaper in one part of the room and bright printed pillows in the next one to divide the spaces
a bright open layout in bold colors and prints here and there that create the whole atmosphere