Stripes are arguably the most versatile motif when it comes to decorating, as they’re capable of making a bold statement starting in entryways as they’re also adding subtle texture to your kitchen as well. Stripes are suitable everywhere. It’s usually a black and white combination, but you can also go for any of shades that you like. Striped furniture’s also a good thing, textiles and accessories will look awesome too.
Play up pattern in your home by adding classic stripes to any room.
The red and orange of this bold stair runner provide a splash of color to this otherwise all-white space in London. Inspiration for a contemporary painted straight staircase.
In keeping with a less-is-more mantra, furniture with defined lines and smooth surfaces is becoming popular. Compared with the light blue and white striped wave, this look is cleaner and less nostalgic.
This trendy hall way looks that much cooler with the mountain style rustic sliding doors and those colorful runners. In our books, a runner in the kitchen is always a winner; it’s a foolproof way to bring in color and pattern.
If you have an open floor plan, a bold, striped rug is a great way to incorporate this trend. Opt for rugs with high contrast tones and colors that pop. This not so huge master bedroom packs so much personality and the carefully curated blend of modern, whimsy, boho and color rug.
Put on some linen are an inexpensive and simple way to dip your toes into the stripe trend. Try different combinations of stripes and colors or use a line of the same striped pillow on the bed for a clean, minimalist look.
THE YELLOW COTTAGE
For a high fashion design choice, add a striped furniture piece to your space. Whether it’s a sofa, ottoman, side table or cabinet, striped designs and upholstery are more available than ever at your local home design stores.
STRIPED LAUNDRY ROOM
The Palazzo Villa style decoration allows you to create a diamond, stripe, or chevron pattern just by altering the layout of the tiles! This laundry room installation featuring a stripe pattern in vintage grey.
A bold mix of colors and patterns in this living room reflects the playful feel of the whole home. This is an example of an eclectic living room design with white walls and classic stripes carpet.
STRIPED POWDER ROOM
When painting or wallpapering can be an option for you, adding striped soft color wallpaper just all you need. Aim for a floor-to-ceiling length that creates the illusion of taller ceilings.
LIVING ROOM SET
Blue-striped cushions and natural-wood outdoor furnishings are a tried-and-true combination. This pairing works in any type of alfresco setting.
TRADITIONAL STRIPES STYLE
True traditional powder room decor idea with the soft stripes wallpaper. Simple but elegant.
Home design collections are never far behind the runway trends, so if you have a love for stripes and contemporary style, now is the time to add some stripes to your home decor.
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