An Explosion of Pattern, Part 2

An Explosion of Pattern, Part 2

When you think about adding pattern into a room, the use of fabrics and wallpaper may come to mind first.  As we saw last week, designers are finding unique and creative ways to incorporate pattern into furniture, accessories and even lighting! Pattern is an important design element that can add visual interest and movement to a space.


(Hooker Furniture, High Point Market)

Last week our blog focused specifically on the Greek Key motif we found everywhere at High Point Market! This week, we wanted to expand our observations to other great patterns we found at market


(Arteriors, High Point Market)

The chevron pattern that we have been seeing on fabrics continues to hold strong in popularity. This spring market, we found it on case goods combined with other trends. This beautiful chest uses the pattern with mixed metals!


(Century, High Point Market)

Black and white had a strong presence at market and this modern, streamlined chest looks fantastic with the chevron pattern.


(Noir, High Point Market)

The raw beauty of wood is enhanced with the chevron pattern on this unique buffet.


(Hooker Furniture, High Point Market)

Another fun pattern we spotted at market was the honeycomb pattern. With bees gaining in protective popularity, it is no wonder that the trend transferred to the design world!

We love these fun and versatile little tables that can be nested together or used individually.


(Theodore Alexander, High Point Market)

This geometric and honeycombed pattern bookcase adds an interesting element to a room even before you add accessories!


(Hooker Furniture, High Point Market)

The pattern on this stylized honeycomb chest makes it a real eye catching statement piece. 


(Century, High Point Market)

Accessory designers also got in on the trend by adding visual texture with the honeycomb pattern.


(Cyan, High Point Market)

Sometimes all it takes to revive a classic pattern is to put a modern twist on it so it has a fresh and new feel! The designers all loved this exaggerated hound’s tooth pattern!


(Hickory White, High Point Market)

Circular patterns in various configurations could also be found at High Point Market this spring.


(Century, High Point Market)

The linear patterns on these small accessories add a big impact!


(John Richards, High Point Market)                                             (Arteriors, High Point Market)

The starburst pattern on this gorgeous console is like a work of art. 


(Century, High Point Market)

This stunning patterned desk would be a focal point of any home office!


(Christopher Guy, High Point Market)

Pattern increases the visual excitement and movement of these furniture pieces and accessories by enriching surface interest. We were amazed at all the inspirational patterned pieces we found at market and we hope you are too!

Happy Designing – By Design Interiors

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