Mixing patterns is something a lot of pro interior designers do with ease, but it can be challenging to make it work in your own home. How do you combine patterns in a room without making it feel like a kaleidoscope threw up? Interior designer James Tabb of Laurel & Wolf has some advice.
"When designing an eclectic space, I like to mix complementary rather than synonymous colors, patterns and textures," he says. "This ensures the individual pieces don't compete with each other, but work to create a seamless, effortlessly curated space."
Get more of his advice in the next few slides, followed by a lot of pretty, pattern-mixing inspiration for your next room reboot.