Did you ever walk into a store and see a pattern on a tunic, rug, or lamp shade, but didn’t know the name of the pattern? Think of this as your go-to tool for identifying patterns... Amy Atlas’ Pattern Board for Design & Styling!
The living room evokes a traditional mid-20th-century American sensibility, but with a modern twist. Watson's senior designer Wendy Monette mixed colors, patterns, and styles that lend a clean, graphic edge to the room, like the sofa's superscaled houndstooth with the rug's green and navy stripes. Lucite tables with an antique English country coffee table.
Walker Zanger's Sterling Row line. One of the most appealing things about this line is how it incorporates grays and browns together, which is great for anyone, whether you're starting from a blank slate, or trying to incorporate into their current home which may already include brown tones that you have to incorporate.
This modern coffee shop design has a houndstooth patterned cedar screen to create visual interest from the street and from within the enclosed patio. Inside the patio, sunlight is filtered through the pattern allowing for interesting shadows. The screen also shields guests from the street just outside.