How patterns became a focal point in interior design?
Pattern brings you the ability of positive energy, interest, and contrast into the interior design of your rooms. From traditional to modern, pattern plays a major role in every interior style and it helps to make the design decisions of your home. The possibilities of patterns are countless. You don’t need to stick on a single pattern. You can mix two or more prints without much effort. A pattern is created by the use of repetitive elements or designs in the room. It can be found in walls, furnishing, and its fabrics also. Patterns are of various types, such as geometrical, organic, motifs, prints, etc.
Introducing pattern in a small room should be done carefully, to avoid extra space. Patterns that create vertical and horizontal lines can be used to give a sharp sense of space. Complex patterns made up of contrasting colours can also be used in the design.
A dramatic sense of patterns
The dramatic look of homes is very interesting. If there is no contrast, no drama, or any sense of dynamism in space is missing in your room, it would be dull and boring. The patterns help to create a dramatic feel to your room. It creates positive energy and an exciting look to your home. Sometimes, you enter the rooms, you can get the feeling that the walls are narrating or telling a story
The ability of direction and dimension
Patterns grab the attention of your eyes. It can add the effect of a three-dimension in a two- dimensional room. The patterns convey a design style and make a visual interest in the space.
The pattern acts as an energy provider
Pattern, when it became repetitive it acts as an energy provider. The simple designs in the walls and the arrangement of furnishers also has a pattern. When it is repeated over and over again along the walls, there is positive energy and a sense of movement in the things. That time you can get the feel of a journey
Brings all the shapes together
Patterns can bring all the shapes, textures, lines, and colours of a room together by placing elements. It brings all the shapes together and emphasizes all their role in the room. The pattern acts as a tool that can draw elements of a room together to make one cohesive design.