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Stripes

Stripes come in lots of different ways.

We have them on wallpapers and fabrics, on upholstery and blinds.

You can have them on floors, and as borders, or on just about anything.

What makes stripes interesting is the variety of the combinations of widths and colours that are available. Gone are the days of stripes in two colours with each stripe of equal width. Not anymore.

Now we have multiple choice. Just look at some of these.

Stripes are easy to use. They are patterned but not too patterned if you know what I mean.

A subtle two tone stripe is often the solution when matching up with other patterns and you donít want plain, but canít have something too patterned either.

Stripes will work in combination with florals and abstracts and geometrics and are brilliant with checks.

To avoid madness however, try to keep one clear link across the scheme, like one colour present in all the different components. It is also a good idea to think of the scale of the stripes and use them accordingly.

And they are great on walls horizontally

 

Checks | Spots | Florals | Geometrics | Abstracts

 

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