Mixing Patterns can be daunting for novice home decor enthusiasts but it helps create a cozy environment that looks intentional and inviting. In this post, I will show you how I used multiple patterns in the bedding and decor of my daughter’s room and give you tips that you can incorporate in your home. Juliet’s room has changed quite a bit in the past couple of years and I continue to work on it and add little updates with furniture (new nightstands) and textiles (drapes).
Sometimes it’s hard to come up with the design all at once and it takes time to create that multi-layered room that’s appealing and inviting. In this case, the wallpaper is large-scale, the drapes are medium, and the floral pattern on the quilt is small. The rug doesn’t have a repeating pattern but it has a colorful print that also combines well with the rest of the decor choices.
This vintage rose duvet cover provides a solid color in this space and helps to balance out the other elements. In this room, I have a mix of geometric (drapes), block (wallpaper), floral (quilt), and traditional (rug) patterns.
The floral print quilt and sham set from the Studio McGee for Target collection fit so well in the space.
The rug also serves to balance out the geometric and block patterns because it is very traditional in its design.