Green throw pillows that show a geometric nested circles pattern in particular form the heart of the color matching investigation.
All in all, that includes four distinct pattern appearances that sprang all from the same repeat pattern. To emphasize where the differences lie: The more zoomed in the geometric pattern is, the more it appears bold and tribal. Meanwhile, transforms into an intricate pattern design that transmits an ethnic flair when zooming out. Also, changing the center point gives an additional distinctly different perspective of the printed result.
In short, we distilled it into four patterns. To clarify it further, each of them comes in black and white, with the pillow color shining through. Additionally, converting the pattern design into a monochrome hue of the background color either subdued by shades of black or lightened by shades of white.
In other words, the best pillow pattern feature is, it gives you the chance to color it your way.
In essence, by personalizing the fill color. You choose a pattern design and match it to an existing or planned living room color scheme.
Red throw pillows are the focal point of our exploration.
The dark red pillows show a square spiral repeat pattern print, a print in black, white, or shades of each. Using shades of black or white to define the pattern results in a monochrome pillow print in the color of choice. With this, any existing color scheme finds accommodation.
That leads to a series of mood boards exploring color and style. Find on mood boards seven styling inspirations assembled. With the variation in shading and pattern size amenability, the red pillows combine with the colors yellow, turquoise, brown, blue, green, grey, and black.
Seven Eye-catching Dark Red Pillow Alliances
First up in the presentation is a stunning red and white pillow pair on an elegant, clear-lined mat black camelback sofa.
A country-style, art-inspired living area decor showcases an art print – Tool Shed by Barry Ross Smith complementing throw pillows. Altogether, the living room decor picks up the tones and structures present in the art print.