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 March 2019

Fresh Ideas for Your Home

It's a streak of genius to add stripes to your decor. 

Versatile stripes are a solid design choice. 


Adding stripes to your décor is the perfect finishing touch, very similar to adding beautiful ribbons to your holiday packages! Stripes complete and dress up almost any decorating plan.


You may have noticed that stripes go well with most any décor, including traditional, Victorian, transitional, mid-century, shabby chic and contemporary. It all depends on the striped elements you select and how you use them.


Often stripes are the most subtle of patterns you can use in your home décor, so they’re a good place to start if you’re afraid of the busyness of patterns. Stripes can be wide or narrow – or not the same width throughout. They can have clean edges or be jagged and funky. Stripes can even be made out of various objects, such as small flowers or geometric shapes.


Stripes can liven a room and make it look crisp and organized. Traditional vertical stripes

make a room appear taller, while horizontal stripes can make a room appear larger.

If you’re bold, you can even go diagonal!


If you’re nervous about adding any patterns to your décor, gain confidence by starting small with stripes. Add elements such as bed linens, throw pillows, lamp shades, vases and rugs. If you feel bolder, think about trying stripes in upholstery furniture, wall coverings, carpeting, window treatments and more.


Create a new pattern in your life this season by adding stripes to your home decor.     

© 2019 Hunter Douglas

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