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How to decorate with herringbone pattern

by DENISE STEMPIEN REALTOR ABR|SRS|PSA 09/26/2022

Herringbone pattern is everywhere, both in exterior and interior design. Whether made with stone, brick, tile, wood or vinyl, it’s a pattern you can incorporate into a wide variety of styles and spaces.

If you’re interested in finding ways to decorate your home using the herringbone pattern, here are a few ideas to inspire you:

Wallpaper

Wallpaper has come back into the forefront of interior design lately, and adding herringbone is one way to indulge in the trend without sacrificing timeless style. Try a low-contrast herringbone wallpaper featuring neutral, earthy tones for your bedroom. Alternatively, go bold with an accent wall in striking, vibrant hues.

Wall art

Want to try herringbone on your walls without taking the wallpaper plunge? Consider geometric wall art using the pattern instead. You can even DIY amazing art in a pinch by using painter’s tape and your favorite paint color.

Kitchen backsplash

Arranging tiles in a herringbone pattern might be the answer to your kitchen backsplash conundrum. By using subtle colors that complement the rest of your kitchen, you can add detail and timeless charm.

Shower tiles

Shower tiles are another opportunity for using a herringbone pattern. For a bold approach, try luxurious hues like deep blue or emerald green to add color to your bathroom.

Wood flooring

A herringbone patterned floor is a timeless style choice, and there are myriad options for making that style your own. Hardwood planks arranged in a herringbone pattern is one way to go, while using vinyl snap-in tiles is another excellent choice.

Area rugs

If you’re not ready to commit to changing your walls or floors, try a herringbone area rug. There are plenty of options available, ranging from neutral and understated to vibrant and dramatic. With an area rug, you can make a statement or simply enhance your existing aesthetic.

Are you ready to try a herringbone pattern in your home? Keep these ideas in mind and experiment with adding this classic pattern into your personal home design.

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