A commonly used style in the modern quilting movement has gone to the walls. This design is described as a series of symmetrical borders that give the appearance of a framed picture. The thin lines in the pattern are dainty and flowy which help your eyes move around the central focal points.
I'm not the first one to say it, but I'll say it again... geometric designs are in! The systematic congregation of lines to defined points create a sense of structure. By simply playing with tiling and color, geometric patterns can take many different forms.
In this age of technology, we are able to create and recreate any design imaginable. Why not try something completely new! This pattern is paired with soft, pastel tones that settle any harshness the shapes might make. Weary about testing out designs this robust? Sample it in a fun space such as a kids play room! You can even incorporate this pattern in a small project that doesn't require installation on an entire wall (find ideas here).
A classic design incorporated with embellishments and other patterns transforms this common motif into a whole new creation. Who can say no to this blue and white pairing either?
Let's face it, lines aren't groundbreaking. This linear design, however, manages to cover an array of styles. The groupings of lines collectively form to make larger stripes as well as create chevron stripes in the negative spaces in between. And the small pop of colors? They're a nice bonus.
You know we had to share a blatant cultural design and we think you'd be mad if we didn't because look! This gorgeous Chinoiserie pattern appears as if someone hand-painted it on your wall. We assure that you won't need any other wall decor with this wallpaper.
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