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    pattern mixing: one big pattern, one small, one stripe, one geometric, one floral/organic, plus or minus one animal print.

  • Lynn Cranmer Mihok

    Fabric Pattern Mix

  • Jessica Laux

    hese fabrics would be gorgeous in a living room. Maybe a jute rug and a chocolate velvet sofa? The citrusy suzani floral would be pillows on the sofa. Robin's egg blue walls would play off the blue damask for curtains. Slipper chairs in the chevron, an ottoman in the greek key...

  • Emily Masters

    Little Green Notebook: thoughts on pattern mixing)

  • Alicia Watkins

    Mixing prints article

  • Kate Ulma

    mixing patterns, color palette

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Jenny's formula for combining fabrics: one big pattern, one small, one stripe, one geometric, one floral/organic, plus or minus one animal print

Rules for mixing patterns: one big pattern, one small, one stripe, one geometric, one floral/organic, plus or minus one animal print

Good to remember for choosing pillows, curtains, rugs. Pattern mixing= geometric (row 1)+organic (row 2) +small scale (row 3). All patterns should have some color cohesion, or fit loosely into your color scheme.

There are so many mixed textiles in this room, it’s layering to the max. The duvet is Roberta Roller Rabbit. Shibori pillows by Rebecca Atwood. Throw pillows from Furbish Studio. I made the headboard myself.

We are loving the endless patterns and collage of color!

A Guide to Mixing Patterns in Your Home. Here is another guide to mixing and matching patterns, this time for home decor. It would be an additional tip sheet to have on hand as a visual merchandiser to use when assembling display windows and vingettes.

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