Are you a plain or pattern person? Well, based on today’s images we are pattern people! We are always game when we get a client that wants to bring in some texture or pattern. And, there are so many places that it fits right in when it comes to design.
For this wedding, a perfect floral pattern beloved by the bride became a pretty backdrop. And, it worked both photos of the couple and as dinner decor.
Consider bringing in some complimentary patterns. Here, some are used to bring in more design without over doing it.
At this rehearsal dinner in a finished barn, panels were used to soften and separate the space.
With the popularity of blue and white, we can often find such great options. So, sometimes finding two patterns in the same scheme that work together is a way to bring in multiple styles. And, even the plates were a fun addition to the pattern play.
Another reason we love the patterns is to define a space. It can be hard to make a big white tent anything but a big white tent. But, here we can make it feel more like a dining room in an elegant ballroom or home.
Again, using patterns in the tabletop decor is another way to break up a same same look. Plates here are from Maison de Carine.
One of Soiree signatures for the right client is making lampshades and pillows in patterns from the design palette. Here, we even used it to line the back of custom bookshelves behind the lounge bar.
Sometimes, just a subtle pattern is all that’s needed, and fashion is a spot for that. Dresses in a palette but that include different shades and patterns is one of our favorite looks.
And, can’t forget about the paper pieces. This is the best way to introduce patterns, and when guests see them again in the actual wedding decor, it shows such an attention to detail.