20 Eclectic Living Rooms Nailing Pattern

Strategically placed patterns can bring bold impact to any space. A beautifully upholstered chair or abstract painting is a great place to start. Statement pieces have power and should be used wisely striking the careful balance between visual appeal and visual implosion. 

The trick is balance. Understand your confidence level on the spectrum:

  • If you are daring and want to go bold, you can use wallpaper to introduce pattern. Choose one focal wall if your pattern is loud and accent with upholstery in complimentary solid colors atop of a more neutral rug. Also, shouting colors do the trick. 
  • If you are feeling patterns, but don’t want to overdo it, choose wallpaper patterns with less contrast (all in close together colors) or go for solid walls. Use one or two statement furniture pieces with pattern: chairs, an ottoman, a cupboard and select pillows that play off your core theme. 
  • If you are looking for just a touch of pattern, stick to pillows, curtains, rugs and framed prints surrounding neutral furnishings. You can also choose a color palette that has soft contrast for a subtle effect. 
Eclectic Living Room by Chicago Photographers Cynthia Lynn Photography

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Eclectic Living Room by New York Photographers Rikki Snyder

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Transitional Living Room by Lafayette Design-Build Firms McLain Homes, LLC

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Contemporary Living Room by San Francisco Interior Designers & Decorators Melanie Coddington

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Contemporary Living Room by Plainfield Kitchen & Bath Remodelers River Oak Cabinetry & Design

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Contemporary Living Room by Oklahoma City Interior Designers & Decorators Facet 14 Studio

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Transitional Living Room by Franklin Interior Designers & Decorators Redo Home & Design

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Contemporary Family Room by New York Photographers Rikki Snyder

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Contemporary Family Room by Saskatoon Interior Designers & Decorators Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.

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Industrial Living Room by Portland Interior Designers & Decorators Jessica Helgerson Interior Design

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Transitional Living Room by Denver Interior Designers & Decorators Duet Design Group

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Contemporary Living Room by Brooklyn Photographers Colin Miller Photography LLC

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Contemporary Living Room by Manhattan Interior Designers & Decorators JSE Interior Design

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Contemporary Living Room by London Interior Designers & Decorators Honey Bee Interiors

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Contemporary Bedroom by Minneapolis Interior Designers & Decorators Lucy Interior Design

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Transitional Spaces by Ellicott City Interior Designers & Decorators Laura Bendik Interiors

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Traditional Family Room by Sausalito Architects & Building Designers Urrutia Design

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Contemporary Home Office by Boston Interior Designers & Decorators Terrat Elms Interior Design

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Contemporary Living Room by Saskatoon Interior Designers & Decorators Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.

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Until our next adventure,

Jenn

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