When choosing the perfect decorating scheme for your home, there really are endless options to suit your personal style, home interior and budget. It can be a daunting task to commit to just one style that you will love year after year, with just the occasional accessory update now and again. Decorating with pattern is a great way to uplift, transform and bring together your current scheme, as there are so many possibilities.

Whether you opt for beautiful florals, graphic patterns, animal inspired prints, or even traditional toile or damask styles, it is easy to introduce patterns into your home.

Stylish yet neutral furniture such as this Vega Horizontal Sideboard sits beautifully against this Tektura paper, and a playful, colourful contrast is created with the classic Anthea Album Artwork.


If you’re working with a neutral colour palette, our geometric patterned Iblis cushion in slate will add a luxurious feel and is an easy, quick way to add a pop of pattern. If you would like to create some vibrancy in the room, the bright orange Mono Luca patterned cushion is great for breathing a new lease of life to a neutral coloured sofa.

Mono Luca

Using a combination of patterns in your decorating scheme will result in a fun and playful touch to a space. Cushions inspired by travels, such as the Jade Old Kantha Round Cushion, will help to create a more contemporary feel.

Jade Round Cushion

Patterned furniture is another way to incorporate pattern into your décor. The Alverton Armchair with its beautiful and luxurious floral fabric is great way to add a new, interesting dimension to the living space. If you have a more traditional scheme, then a traditional tweed style such as this Harris Tweed Bowmore Chair would sit perfectly.

Alverton Accent

Harris Tweed

Don’t be afraid to use pattern throughout all rooms of the home too; when teamed with simple styled furniture, your desired look will be pulled together with minimal effort involved. You can always update smaller patterned accessories easily, so when you feel the need to refresh with a new style, decorating with pattern is definitely a style to embrace and enjoy.