Graphic patterned accessories

October 19, 2015 / OLD news posts
  • ‘Jaipur Braid’ cushion, £225, Jonathan Adler (jonathanadler.com)

    ‘Jaipur Braid’ cushion, £225, Jonathan Adler (jonathanadler.com)

  • Printed vase by Christiane Lemieux, £30, House of Fraser (houseoffraser.co.uk)

    Printed vase by Christiane Lemieux, £30, House of Fraser (houseoffraser.co.uk)

  • ‘Matisse Blue Retro’ chair by Florrie & Bill, £250, Kitty McCall (kittymccall.com)

    ‘Matisse Blue Retro’ chair by Florrie & Bill, £250, Kitty McCall (kittymccall.com)

  • ‘Little Geometry’ cushions, £30 each, Ferm Living (fermliving.com)

    ‘Little Geometry’ cushions, £30 each, Ferm Living (fermliving.com)

  • ‘Tribord rug’, £345 for a 1.4-metre diameter rug, Rug Couture (rugcouture.com)

    ‘Tribord rug’, £345 for a 1.4-metre diameter rug, Rug Couture (rugcouture.com)

  • Transform timber boards with a stencilled pattern – Rachel Egglestone of The Stencil Library recommends you use a matt emulsion and apply the base colour first. Then use a low-tack spray adhesive to secure your stencil and roll a thin layer of your chosen paint over it. ‘MD8’ Cubes stencil, from £18 (stencil-library.com)

    Transform timber boards with a stencilled pattern – Rachel Egglestone of The Stencil Library recommends you use a matt emulsion and apply the base colour first. Then use a low-tack spray adhesive to secure your stencil and roll a thin layer of your chosen paint over it. ‘MD8’ Cubes stencil, from £18 (stencil-library.com)

Bright and playful, these colourful accessories add a sense of fun to your home. Pick one striking design, or be brave and mix patterns with similar tones. Here, we’ve chosen our top six favourite ways to use graphic patterns – scroll through our gallery to see them all.