A House That Plays With Pattern

HGTV Magazine shows how small doses of graphic prints make a big impact in every room of this Nashville house.

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“I understand why people might be afraid to use prints, but if you keep the rest of the house understated, even the boldest graphics won’t look dated,” says Ceri, who designs a collection of handbags (cerihoover.com). “My bags are simple, but they have a little edginess, which is how I like to decorate." Floor-to-ceiling zigzag drapes were Ceri’s first design decision in the dining room. ”I wanted that wow factor when you walk in,” she says

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