THE INTERIOR DESIGNER’S PATTERN GLOSSARY

Interior Design Fabric

Interior Designers use pattern in their schemes, to inject interest and movement. Pattern is a great way to stop a scheme from being bland, and to lift a more neutral room.

Browse through these patterns below, and let me know if you see something missing- I'll be sure to add it in!

Argyle:

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Barcode:

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Basket weave:

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Chevrons:

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Damask:

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Fleur De Lys:

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Gingham:

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Herringbone:

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Houndstooth:

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IKAT:

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Polka dot (or spot)

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Quatrefoil:

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Stripes

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Tartan:

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Toile de Jouy:

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  • Lisa says:

    You’re missing animal print and chintz! 🙂 Hand printed mudcloth, and batik / shibori / tie dye have also been very popular fabric patterns in Bohemian styles over the past few years.