Pattern on pattern, color on color - maximalism done right can bring warmth, texture, and personality to any interior.
This pattern, named for the spiny coral it sports, comes in both wallpaper and fabric.
Atoll, Seaglass / Emerald @harlequin.sandersondesigngroup.com
Cut the drama, and look closely. Birds of paradise are trucked into the splashes and splashes of color in this show-stopping wallpaper and fabric,
perfect for a statement chair.
Dance of Adoenment, Wilderness / Nectar / Pomegranate
The lush color and intricate line-work in the Gorgonian weave will transport you right to an island.
Gorgonian, Postitano / Haze / Umber
The Melora pattern is a damask with attitude.
Melora, Positano / Succulent / Gold @harlequin.sandersondesigngroup.com
Acropora proves monochrome is anything but boring.
This classic blue interpretation would look fabulous as the backdrop of an entryway or powder room.
Acropora, Echale / Murmuration @harlequin.sandersondesigngroup.com
Delicate and soft in color, the Lotus pattern will splay painterly magnolia trees across your living room on wide width wallpaper.
Lotus, lvory / Gilver @harlequin.sandersondesigngroup.com
Named in honor of Asia's tropical grasslands, the textural, layered Matupi pattern is excellent for drapes.
Matupi, Amber Light/ Black Earth @harlequin.sandersondesigngroup.com
Chic and versatile, Ardisia comes in a woven jacquard for drapes and as a wall covering in four approachable colorways.
Ardisia, Soft Focus / Gold @harlequin.sandersondesigngroup.com
The Perennials pattern is a celebration of florals, and they love the tulip-colored background of this colorway.
Perennials, Positano / Tree Canopy / Tulip @harlequin.sandersondesigngroup.com
Dusty red, soft lavender gray, warm biscuit - in this version of the Montipora pattern, printed on cotton satin, soeak to current trends in colors,
in which pastel versions rule and there's no fear of boldness.
Montipora, Harrisa / Slate / Incense @harlequin.sandersondesigngroup.com
Source: ELLE DECOR