Smart Interior Design: Mixing Patterns
Mixing patterns such as polka dots and plaids or stripes and swirls gets a room noticed and most decorating involves mixing patterns that are either bold or subtle.
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Mixing patterns doesn't have to mean taking huge risks as long as you "keep the volume down," which designer Alexa Hampton explains as choosing one color and mixing different shades with it. The strongest statement in this room is made with textures.
Modern country combines traditional country decor with modern trends resulting in a homey and stylish look.