Styling with Patterns

Styling with Patterns

Patterns are the perfect way to add personality to a space. The problem? They can be intimidating to style and it can be hard to be restrained. Below, we share some of our favourite patterns and some helpful tips on how to style them.

geometric patterns

Geometric pattern create a stunning statement piece. Whether paired with a plain such as Como, or a plush velvet such as Ava, geometric finishes bring contrast, colour and comfort, as well as style.

Left to right: Domenica Clay, Giovanni Midnight, and Franco Clay.


Embroidery is a great way to add texture and depth. Different prints in the same tone look more put together and is a great place to start when styling.

Left to right: Giovanni Oatmeal and Newstead Natural.


Mixing and matching patterned cushions is supremely on-trend, and though the thought of choosing a combination of strong prints for your couch or bedroom may seem intimidating, we encourage you to experiment with creating an eclectic look.

back to nature 

Bring the beauty of nature into your home with lush greens! 

Left to right: Giovanni Oatmeal, Franco Sage, Dante Spruce and Domenica Natural.


Combining natural tones with sage and olive may seem a little daring, however, this combination is perfect for adding warmth and visual appeal to neutral or nature-inspired spaces.

contemporary floor rugs

Makalu Basalt rug on floorMakalu floor rug in Basalt.


Our Makalu is a contemporary designa clean, fresh take on the diamond within a diamond motif of Berber rugs. A patterned floor rug is a simple way to lift the look of a space and add uncomplicated visual interest.

Floor rugs are both practical and essential to creating a finished interior. Adding a floor rug to a room warms the space visually, and will anchor and define different living spaces within a room.