7 Bedrooms that Play with Pattern

We understand the inclination to play it safe in some interior spaces by keeping pattern to a minimum. Compared to a solid wall color in a neutral hue, even the most subtle wallpaper designs can feel like a big leap of faith. But, as the above room by Amanda Nisbet Design proves, injecting a room with little boldness can result in a big payoff. Here, we’ve rounded up seven bedrooms that make a strong case for incorporating pattern, ranging from statement-making prints to pretty pastels and everything in between.

Dallas, Texas-based Amy Berry expertly mixes a variety of patterns in this beautiful bedroom. With the floral print tying everything together, the designer mixes materials and hues to create a classic, feminine look.

In a stunning bedroom by New Orleans-based Shaun Smith Home, a muted palette still wows thanks to gorgeous peacock wallpaper and an intriguing combination of textures.

Sue Ellen Gregory

How pretty is this bedroom by Richmond, Virginia-based Suellen Gregory? The combination of traditional elements feels wonderfully fresh thanks to layered neutral hues and pops of lavender.

Collins and Sweezy

Gorgeous pattern serves as a focal point in this bedroom by Dallas, Texas-based Collins & Sweezey. In addition to accentuating the ceiling height, it adds additional softness to an already soothing and sophisticated space.

Dallas-based designer Denise McGaha goes all out in this exciting sleeping space, setting sumptuous materials, eye-catching art, and luxe furnishings against a chic green backdrop.

Melissa Rufty

What child wouldn’t appreciate their own patterned hideaway? The above is courtesy of New Orleans-based designer Melissa Rufty, who has a talent for taking print-mixing to new heights.