Pattern is, and will always be, a basic element in interior design and architecture in general. Naturally, Pattern in Stone Design is one part in the puzzle of a sophisticated design plan. Let’s talk about this for a few moments.
An interesting aspect of pattern, is the almost infinite types that a clever design entity can come up with. We recently found an interesting take on this by a blogger named Veronica Knue. Ms. Knue said, “Mixed patterns are making a comeback. Stripes, polka dots, lines and rough textures are making a comeback in the sitting rooms as well in the bedrooms. However, this does not mean that you create an eyesore. Try patterned pillows and cushions, a terrazzo rug and white floorboards. These should be perfect. You may also add patterned wallpaper with pink tones and an ochre rug. Combined with the bold shades of your couches, you should have enough mix-and-match to go around.” That is a fairly broad focus, so let’s come back to Pattern in Stone Design.
For today, we have posted three images from our Chester Plaid Marble Collection. This pattern is described by one of my colleagues as a “mix of light and dark marble that cleverly adds a pop of fun to the understated sizes,” 2×2 and 4×4. Maybe that description and the images themselves are enough to say today. Thanks for reading.