MMM: Harlequin print = great alternative to stripes

Spots, stripes, stars and chevrons. They’re the prints that get me going interiors-wise.

My daughter’s room is such a printed mish-mash, I do occasionally worry I may have overdone it and she’ll become a less-is-more minimalist as she grows up. Sadface.

But for me and print? Pile it on!

I have been drawn to lots of harlequin patterns lately, which feels sophisticated for a kids room – and means you could live with it for longer.

My clever friend Katie – who is an interiors stylist – has used the Ferm Living mint green harlequin wallpaper on one wall of her baby daughter’s room, mixing it with white and grey and it looks stunning.

I’ve included that particular print in my inspirations round-up below (it seems to be a blogger’s favourite), as well as some others I love.

 

Ferm Living harlequin print wallpaper in mint green
Ferm Living harlequin print wallpaper in mint green
(Images: So Much To Love)
And here it is again, in different colourways
And here it is again, in different colourways
(Images Mommo Design / Archi Products)
Larger print harlequin wallpaper in pink is from Jip Shop and the smaller harlequin is Ferm Living
Larger print harlequin wallpaper in pink is from Jip Shop and the smaller harlequin is Ferm Living
(Images Fawn and Forest / Ferm Living)
Mask sections on the wall and create your own, or decorate a boring door (image Little Miss Heirloom and 79 Ideas)
Mask sections on the wall and create your own, or decorate a boring door
(Images Little Miss Heirloom and 79 Ideas)

 

 

 

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