The Patchwork Pattern Interiors Trend nods to our granny ‘Cottagecore’ obsession. Patchwork patterns have a delightful homely vintage feel and always look pretty. You can either overdo the Patchwork Pattern Interiors Trend with a maximalist approach which is fun but may be a bit busy on the eye. Alternatively, add a patchwork statement chair and a couple of cushions or a rug to pay homage to the trend without your room feeling overcrowded. If you feel bored, perhaps try making your own patchwork quilt with clothes you no longer want to wear. I’ve picked out a few examples of patchwork furniture and accessories from Ferm Living, Andrew Martin and Versace Home to get you started.
My Favourite Patchwork Interior Products
Feature and Lead Mood Board Image: Patchwork Snuggler Sofa (product code: 0520901410001), £960 sale price from Urban Outfitters (UK)
Mood Board Images Left to Right from Top to Bottom:
Ferm Living Desert Shay Patchwork Quilt Blanket (product code: 5704723257561), £149 from Amara
Harris Tweed Pumpkin Large Patchwork Stool (product code: HTPULARGTETR), £455 sale price from Barker and Stonehouse
Ferm Living Shay Patchwork Quilted Organic Cotton Cushion, £69 from Made in Design UK
Patchwork Square Floor Pouf (product code: 0520088310028), £63 from Urban Outfitters (UK)
Andrew Martin Patchwork Style Yasmin Rug, £550 from Olivia’s
Vivie Patchwork Petite Accent Chair (product code: 4528088310300), £498 from Anthropologie (UK)
Patchwork Covered Turn-of-the-Century Desk (product code: 206726), £1200 from Bryonie Porter at notonthehighstreet.com
Jared Multicolour Patchwork Armchair (product code: U002000611), £729.99 from Latitude Vive at Wayfair
Versace Home 100% Silk Multicolour Barocco Patchwork Cushion (product code: 8054716251159), £240 from Amara
You may be interested in reading about more interior ideas and looking at pictures on my Pinterest Boards.
Patchwork Pattern Interiors Trend Post Credits
Author: Homegirl London. Photographs are from the following online shops/websites: Urban Outfitters (UK), Amara, Barker & Stonehouse, Made in Design UK, Olivia’s, Anthropologie (UK), notonthehighstreet.com (Bryonie Porter) and Wayfair (Latitude Vive). If you are unhappy with me using one of your pictures, please contact me.