5 Unique Texture Patterns That Everyone Would Fall In Love With

The stylish combination of textures and patterns is something that very few people can get right. It even takes professional designers a long time to develop a keen enough eye to balance out the articulation of a texture within a pattern. If you want to try your hand at it, here are 5 unique texture patterns that everyone would instantly fall in love with:


1. Oblique and wood

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This stylish combination of oblique lines and warm wooden accents is an excellent way to make your spaces seem cozy and instantly inviting. The boldness of the angular lines translates well on the canvas of wooden surface. It makes the entire ambiance feel trendy and welcoming at the same time. You can apply this pattern-texture combination on any kind of an accent wall – be it a living room, bedroom, or more.


2. The classic wood and whites

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Wood and whites may be a total classic, but there’s a catch to applying this combination – you need to alternate the wood and white parts in an adequate ratio. One cannot overpower the other. The media wall come feature shelf in this living room is a great example. By using wood on the recessed parts of the whole shelf and whites on the protruded part, a beautiful visual balance has been achieved for the overall ambiance.


3. Defying conventions

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A great way to combine different textures and patterns is by defying conventions. Choose a texture that has a usual way of being translated – e.g. Carrera marble texture on rectangular surfaces. Then spice it up by changing the shape of the applicator. What if you could apply the same texture on hexagonal tiles? It’s going to look so much more interesting than the typical square or rectangle ones.


4. Using the flow of the texture

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The flow of the texture can be used to create interesting patterns. You can translate this technique with something as simple as wood as well. Take a look at this bathroom. The back accent wall has a clearly horizontal wooden texture grain, but the vanity doors complement it with a vertical iteration. You can use a similar technique with different textures.


5. For sliding doors

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Camouflage is an important factor in designing a texture-pattern combination for sliding doors. Therefore, it’s better to stick with either vertically or horizontally oriented textures for beginners. By using straight lines, you can easily camouflage the entrance in a beautiful way.


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