How to Combine Printed Textiles

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One thing we love doing at Flüff is mixing prints and patterns to bring visual interest to a space. Learn how to combine printed textiles below:

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Summer is here to stay with Project Bly's Hanoi Collection.:

These bright oranges and pinks go perfectly together. Although contrasting colours look great together, be weary of an off-putting colour pairing.

An Inspired, Bohemian Home in the California Desert | Design*Sponge:

Pick a multi-coloured pillow, pink one in front, so you can pull other colours out of it. The blue and purple in the pink cushion are brought out in the other ones.


great throw pillows:

If you’re nervous about mixing colourful prints, try a grouping of neutral textiles in similar patterns like above.


mid-century modern decor with funky knit pillows by Seven Gauge Studios • the lifestyle editor:

These cushions all have a mid-century look to them, and look great combined. The sea of pastel colours mix together in a seamless way.

Just when you thought waking up would be difficult this morning… Weave bright bold Bohemian patterns from Mudhut into your room décor to wake up excited and relaxed. The Talavera comforter is reversible to a more refined pattern of diamonds and flower bursts. Find this and everything else you need to create an eye-catching look in your bedroom at Target!:

This bright and playful bedding has some African influence, which makes for beautiful pattern mixing!


modern boho:

Choosing bold black-and-white prints is a safe way to combine patterns. You can see in the space above how great the polka dotted, geometric, and windowpane patterns look together!

Stick to a colour palette and a style or influence to combine printed textiles like a pro!

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