Get This Look: Patchwork Style
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Everywhere you look these days people are celebrating color and texture with patchwork-style Handpainted Tile patterns. Rich and vibrant, there are few rules when blending different Handpainted tiles, all you need is a love for color and pattern and a little creativity. Here are some of our favorite patchwork-style spaces, and how to recreate them with our Handpainted Tile.
Similar color values and small prints keep this look cohesive and subdued.
Image: Love Chic Living
Create a similar color scheme by pairing our smaller-scale patterns. Try to keep a common color palette for a cohesive look.
Uniform scale and a monochromatic color way give this patchwork feature a truly polished, urban look. For this look try our Handpainted Moroccan collection in any pattern featuring our neutral motif.
Traditional blue and white goes rustic chic in this trend setting powder room.
Image: Casa Tres Chic
This entry hall below can hardly be called a 'mud room' with it's cheerful and bright welcoming ambience, created by mixing large scale patterns in vibrant hues.
Image: Life Style Etc.
This kitchen goes even brighter for the ultimate patchwork effect with mixture of exuberant and graphic colored tile. The bold blue cabinets and quirky decor bring out the playful side of this eclectic tile style.
Image: Kika Reichert Inspirations
Add field tiles to the mix, try blending sunny citrus colors with our Classic Cuerda Seca line in the Cool Motif.
Throw caution to the wind, this Boho Chic hallway celebrates diversity tying the varied patterns together by staying in a warm color range.
Neutral color ways up the elegance factor, in the shower below patchwork is right at home in an otherwise modern, sleek, setting.
Not just for brightly colored installations, quiet neutrals bring a calming, sophisticated look to patchwork.
Image: Covet Garden
For a sleek minimalist look,use just a handful, frame the tiles in a niche.
Blending scale while staying consistent with color adds texture and interest.