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25 Ideas To Mix And Match Prints In Home Décor
Prints are a cool way to make your space more eye-catching, especially if it’s all-neutral and not bold. But mixing and matching them may be tricky, it’s hard to achieve a cohesive and stylish look, and all those matchy-matchy spaces are too boring. So, how to mix and match prints in a contemporary way to make the space look cool? Here are some ideas.
Use Only One Print
If you have only one print in mind, you can stick only to it skipping all the rest, so your room will look neutral and simple but with a bright touch of this print. It can be incorporated into your décor in many ways including edgy wallpaper, a bright printed sofa, tiles on a kitchen island, a large printed rug or curtains or even pillows – textiles are always the easiest way to rock prints and they are easy to change anytime you get tired of them.
a blush cheetah spot wall is a fun and whimsy touch for a girlish space and a cool idea to spruce up a small nook
a boho space with a tribal printed rug that adds a more free-spirited feel to the space
an industrial meets modern space with a bold black and white polka dot rug for a touch of pattern
an all-white minimalist kitchen enlivened with bright black and white printed tiles on the kitchen island
fun citrus printed wallpaper will enliven your small and neutral bathroom giving it a character
prints are added to this neutral space with monochromatic yet patterned pillows on the sofa
a small entryway spruced up with a ouch of botanical print monochromatic wallpaper and a matching gallery wall
a cool girlish workspace with a Dolmatin print desk, which you can easily DIY using some contact paper you like
tropical print curtains on the window make this neutral boho space look more enlivened, fresh and bold
a natural way to add pattern and print to your space - go for a marble or stone countertop and backsplash in the kitchen
a bright bathroom with a print geometric tile floor and a mustard wall looks bold and very eye-catchy
a sunny mid-century modern nook with a printed tile floor that dominates over the space
Pair Dramatic Prints With Simpler Ones
Even if you’ve chosen a dramatic and bold print, you can incorporate more of them but the key to a cohesive look is to pair your prints done in the colors that are similar. You may also rock larger printed pieces as dominating ones, and the rest of the prints will be smaller and secondary, it will work in a stylish way, which is very popular right now – many designers prefer this way.
a blue printed rug takes over the neutral coastal room, and leopard printed pillows add interest to it
bright polka dot printed wallpaper is paired with more neutral and simple geometric prints and stripes
dramatic moody wallpaper takes over the space and chevron pillows on the sofa make the space cooler
a dramatic zebra rug is the main statement piece here, and an animal print ottoman and pillows are additional ones
moody tropical print wallpaper sets the tone in the room and small tropical print pillows continue the theme
tropical print wallpaper is the main source of print here, and printed pillows and a rug just add more boho chic
Mix Up Various Prints
If you love bold and kitschy spaces, if you love eclectics and lots of patterns, you may want to combine multiple patterns to create a beautiful space that fits your taste. Keep them simple yet bright, doing so will bring a cohesive look even if you include numerous different patterns. Do no limit yourself to 2-3 patterns, consider adding 5 or more, create a bold space where prints and colors are dominating.
a bright floral chair and a bold printed rug make this little nook veyr bold and very eye-catching
a bright open layout in bold colors and prints here and there that create an ambience
an open layout with multiple boho prints that are still very alike, yet done in different colors and shades
spot and leopard prints are done in the same color palette and echo with each other for a cohesive look
various prints are all done in a monochromatic color combo and make the space look bold and very cohesive