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Trending on Remodelista: Playing with Pattern and Color

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Trending on Remodelista: Playing with Pattern and Color

March 4, 2023

Right alongside the serene, minimalist, monochromatic trend is an equally (some may say, more) compelling design trend—one that capitalizes on pattern, color, and personality. Here are some examples, courtesy of Remodelista this week.

Photograph by Greta Rybus, from “Silly, Thrifty, and Not Too Serious”: Architects Maria Berman and Brad Horn at Home in Harlem.
Above: Photograph by Greta Rybus, from “Silly, Thrifty, and Not Too Serious”: Architects Maria Berman and Brad Horn at Home in Harlem.
Photograph by Paul Massey, courtesy of Nicola Harding & Co., from A Classic English Country House Receives a Mood-Lifting Injection of Color.
Above: Photograph by Paul Massey, courtesy of Nicola Harding & Co., from A Classic English Country House Receives a Mood-Lifting Injection of Color.
Photograph by Jenny Swiegart, courtesy of Noble+Proper, from Grandparent Style: \13 Design Ideas to Steal from a New Mountain Retreat in California.
Above: Photograph by Jenny Swiegart, courtesy of Noble+Proper, from Grandparent Style: 13 Design Ideas to Steal from a New Mountain Retreat in California.

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