Translated, the text describes how the respective styled couches show a combination of colors and patterns (but in a unified palette), a single color with assorted small patterns, and lots of pattern but little color. While mixing patterns can be tricky, the lesson to take away from these images is to stick to one, two, or very complementary colors and then play with scale. Together a solid, a small motif, and a larger print can do the trick. To read more, try this helpful how-to from Decor8.
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Images by Mark Eden Schooley for Marie Claire Maison