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Trending on Remodelista: Meet the Patterns

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Trending on Remodelista: Meet the Patterns

April 15, 2022

Lots of color and pattern on Remodelista—and we don’t mind one bit. Here, some favorite examples from their week of offerings.

Pattern on pattern in an interior designer&#8\2\17;s . Photograph by Paul Massey, from The Case for Cozy: Designer Lonika Chande’s Family Cottage in West London.
Above: Pattern on pattern in an interior designer’s . Photograph by Paul Massey, from The Case for Cozy: Designer Lonika Chande’s Family Cottage in West London.
Stripes and gingham from a textiles company founded by Gemma Moulton, who studied upholstery at London Met. See East London Cloth: Heirloom Curtains and Soft Goods, Launched During Lockdowns.
Above: Stripes and gingham from a textiles company founded by Gemma Moulton, who studied upholstery at London Met. See East London Cloth: Heirloom Curtains and Soft Goods, Launched During Lockdowns.
Artist Wayne Pate&#8\2\17;s Paris-inspired fabric on cafe chairs. Photograph courtesy of Studio Four NYC and Wayne Pate, from Inspired by a Year in Paris: Wayne Pate’s New Fabric and Wallpaper Collection from Studio Four NYC.
Above: Artist Wayne Pate’s Paris-inspired fabric on cafe chairs. Photograph courtesy of Studio Four NYC and Wayne Pate, from Inspired by a Year in Paris: Wayne Pate’s New Fabric and Wallpaper Collection from Studio Four NYC.

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