How to Commit to The Chevron Pattern

They say that all styles have a season. Colors, patterns, weaves, they all come and go, flowing through the years. But sometimes we come across one particular thing that we love indefinitely. Maybe it’s that velvet couch that was hot two years ago. Or maybe it’s the basket hangings you can’t bear to take off the walls. Or it might just be chevron. A pattern that’s been around for quite a while, it’s still hanging on. While you might not be choosing the brightly two toned rugs and pillows for your home, there are other ways to include chevron into your design. Take a look at these 10 ways that commit to the chevron pattern.

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When you love a style, it’s a safe bet to incorporate it into your home in neutral tones. Paint might not be completely permanent but after you go through the work of taping out the chevron lines and carefully painting them, you won’t want to change it soon.{found on lovejoyinteriors}.

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Are you wanting to make a real lasting commitment to chevron? Tile it up. Choose your favorite colors and lay your bathroom tile in a chevron pattern. Of course white is the safe choice since who knows what colors will suit your fancy next year.

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Black says classic, bold and chic all in the same breath. So if your bathroom has plenty of light, think about choosing black tile in a chevron pattern for your space. There possibly isn’t an option more modern than that.

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Who doesn’t love a good marble tile? Rather than installing slabs or squares, think small and patterned. A marble chevron pattern will look wonderful in your bathroom, kitchen or any other space you choose to put it.

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You don’t necessarily need custom shaped tile to get a chevron look. These square tiles are two tone and laid out in a chevron pattern. It’s a great tip that makes chevron tile a real possibility for those budget decorators.

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Rustic designers, you know that wood you need a project for? Find a place in your home that you can accent with some wood in a chevron pattern. Maybe a window seat or a pantry door.{found on lifeonhillst}.

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If wood is a favorite decorating medium of yours, feel free to go a little crazy and cover a whole wall in it. When you install it with those chevron lines, it looks rustic and modern instead of the outdated wood paneling look.

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Sometimes all your home needs is a good focal point to make everything come together. So a wood paneled fireplace with zigzag lines is sure to make your living room the coziest room in your house.

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Wood on the walls not your thing? No worries. You’re probably pining for wood floors instead. If replacing flooring is your goal this year, think about installing the wood in the chevron pattern instead of simple stripes. It will add a whole new element to your home.

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Chevron doesn’t need to be one tone to keep the pattern. As long as your lines go zigzag across the floor, you can add in other elements like switching from wood to tile or visa versa. You’ll create a floor that says “Look at me!”

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