Living with Pattern: Color, Texture, and Print at Home

October 11, 2019 - Comment

A design book filled with beautiful photography and clear ideas for how to use pattern to decorate your home. If you focus on pattern, from texture and color to furniture and textiles, everything else will fall into place.   Pattern is the strongest element in any room. In Living with Pattern, Rebecca Atwood demystifies how to

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A design book filled with beautiful photography and clear ideas for how to use pattern to decorate your home. If you focus on pattern, from texture and color to furniture and textiles, everything else will fall into place.
 
Pattern is the strongest element in any room. In Living with Pattern, Rebecca Atwood demystifies how to use that element, a design concept that often confounds and confuses, demonstrating how to seamlessly mix and layer prints throughout a house. She covers pattern usage you probably already have, such as on your duvet cover or in the living room rug, and she also reveals the unexpected places you might not have thought to add it: bathroom tiles, an arrangement of book spines in a reading nook, or windowpane gridding in your entryway. This stunning book showcases distinct uses of pattern in homes all over the country to inspire you to realize that an injection of pattern can enliven any space, helping to make it uniquely yours.

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  • Clarkson Potter Publishers

Comments

Anonymous says:

Great Coffee Table Book! It looks amazing on my coffee table!!

Anonymous says:

Must have. One of my favorite design books now… I love the way she organizes it and doesn’t clutter the book with unrealistic, luxe crap no one cares about.

Anonymous says:

Inspirational and Thought-Provoking with Plenty of Visuals I thoroughly enjoyed this book! Although some of the styling is a little eclectic for me, I love the writing style and for the most part the decor (i.e., light walls, texture, contrast, pops of color, antiques, unusual accents). There is a section at the front that discusses how to put together color and pattern and balance them, with pictures. It starts with warm and cool neutrals, adding intensity with color and then including saturated and accent color. If you are not in the design world…

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