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Mix-and-match patterns take centre stage in everything from fabric to tile.
Pattern makes a move from accents to focal points in fabric, tile and wallpaper. (And don’t be afraid to mix and match!) “People seem to have a larger appetite for pattern in general,” says Reena Sotropa, and are using hits of heavy pattern in the same way they had previously considered the once ubiquitous “feature wall.”
“I think paisley’s coming back into fashion. Mark my words…”—Craig Stanghetta, Ste. Marie Art and Design, Vancouver
Natural stone plays with funky patterned drapes in a kindred colourway for a Sotropa–designed bedroom look that’s anything but boring.
Two 3D panels of honeycomb break up an expansive wall, add visual interest and inject a touch of refinement to this Vancouver home from designer Paulie Dhillon.
To Infinity“It” designer Jaime Hayon’s Leafo lounger combines futuristic quirk with modern styling ($4,091). informinteriors.com
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