There are few better ways to make a space come alive than an inspired mixture of patterns. As the above example from Memphis, Tennessee-based Rhea Crenshaw Interiors proves, whether your taste is traditional or modern, understated or over-the-top, an expertly executed mix of prints can instantly transform a space, making a room feel wonderfully curated and irresistibly cozy. 

Goddard Design Group

Fayetteville, Arkansas-based Goddard Design Group creates a stylish masculine mix in the bathroom featured above, pairing plaid walls with an outdoorsy print on the window treatments in his Packard Point Ranch project. 

Melissa Rufty Design Studio

An inspired collection of patterns in a similar palette provides the perfect backdrop for unique art and objets in this stunning entryway hall by New Orleans-based designer Melissa Rufty. See more details from the space here.

Alexander Interiors

Nashville, Tennessee’s Alexander Interiors expertly employs a fresh and feminine mix of patterns in the bedroom featured above, incorporating bolder prints with softer touches to add interest and keep the eye moving.

Suellen Gregory: West Hampton

Layers of patterns and textures make this seating area by Richmond, Virginia-based designer Suellen Gregory feel lived-in and inviting. While each print is fairly bold, thanks to variations in scale and a tight color scheme, the room feels perfectly balanced.

Pattern Mixing: Cameron Ruppert Interiors

How charming is this bedroom by Washington, D.C.’s Cameron Ruppert Interiors? The designer’s entire Instagram feed could serve as a master class on pattern-mixing, but we’re particularly smitten with this combination of prints.

Design By Tula

Raleigh, North Carolina-based Design by Tula achieves a major style moment via similar statement-making patterns in this chic corner.

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