Plaid is multi-dimensional, versatile, and timeless. Whether it's tartan, gingham or checkered, plaid can complement just about any décor. Plaid can stand alone or be paired with florals and other patterns. For modern styling, choose a favorite plaid scheme and use it in the room as a focal point in a sofa or accent chair. Or, if your tastes are more eclectic, play with several different types of plaid on anything, like pillows and drapes. When kept to the same color scheme, the combination of patterns will feel cohesive, not overdone.
Bold and Colorful
Bridging the gap between modern and traditional, this bright plaid works well with the oversized floral print. This plaid is bold and bright against the white furniture and walls which creates a bit of glamour in this home office or den.
Who says you can’t do plaid in the kitchen? This plaid is delicate and neutral, yet still makes a statement. This plaid pairs well with the traditional design, the busy backsplash tile and the white cabinets.
Plaid Hues in Blue
Give your plaid a tropical, botanical partner. Here, the pillow adds a feminine touch to the masculine plaid wallpaper in this reading nook. The look is effortless and striking.
Black and White
You might not think plaid would work in a bathroom or look too much like a mountain cabin, but black and white is a classic combination that is sleek, modern, and chic. If you want to start small and save the tile job for later, try peel and stick wallpaper, or bathroom accessories to achieve the same vibe.
Plaid in the Living Room
Why not use a chair to show off your plaid? When paired with a similar color palette in other patterns, and lots of white, this look is clean and inviting. The blue and white color scheme is giving us ‘coastal vibes’, perfect for your home in the Palm Beaches!
Update your look with some plaid! For information on the finest homes in the Palm Beaches, contact a Tauber Real Estate Agent today at 561-622-4633.