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Patterns – Let´s mix!

For this week, we will start with natural inspirations in all their shapes and continue to see basic tips and ideas to mix what we showed you last week.

Green plants such as banana leaves (Brazilliance pattern by fabulous designer Dorothy Draper) palms and ferns are commonly found in wallpaper but you can use them in all the other decoration forms you can imagine.

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Also, basic natural forms in color:

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The greatness of flowers is everywhere.

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By the way, Target is launching a collaboration with Lilly Pulitzer´s brand. Check out the natural and bright patterns:

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Geometric patterns are as basic as solid color accesories. They help us to give balance in an interesting way.

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Now, let´s make it happen:

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There are very simple ways of mixing prints. One (easiest and safest) is to pick a bold design and mix it with a basic geometric pattern from the same palette (maybe lighter or darker tones):

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For more fun, use that simple geometric pattern in a different color to make the pattern burst, or try a more complex geometry design or shapes…Just have fun!

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Author:  Daniela Olmedo
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