Style Trends: 7 Patterned Pieces You’ll Want for Your Home

Patterns are popular this season, and add a little pop to your home furnishings

Hay’s Plus 9 throw is the perfectly patterned solution to chilly spring evenings

Be equal parts trendsetter and conversation starter with powerfully patterned items.

  1. Inspired by the interiors of the 1930s and ’40s, Stonegate’s Astoria pendant features a simple but elegant esthetic with its drum-shaped shade ($924, B.A. Robinson).
  2. Summery and rustic, Dandelion cushions by Danica add cheer to your sitting area year-round ($27, Danica Studio).
  3. Bali Bamboo Food Covers combine exotic beauty and functionality, keeping meals warm and sealing pesky insects out ($23, Torre & Tagus).
  4. Capturing the robust look of the chain-link fence, the cast-aluminum Link table by Tom Dixon is a sleek addition to any room ($1,530, Inform Interiors).
  5. Iittala’s 
classic black and white Bottna kitchenware, designed by Anna Danielsson, features stylized leaf patterns (From $41, Atkinson’s). 

  6. Marcel Wanders’ coral-like design of the Crochet Table, built from cotton and epoxy, is as original as the manufacturer’s name: Moooi ($1,350-$2,200, Inform Interiors).
  7. The variegated Plus 9 throw by Hay (pictured here) provides comfort on chilly nights (Vancouver Special, $425).

See all these patterned beauties and more in our Style Trends photo gallery.

Originally published in BC Home magazine. For monthly updates, subscribe to the free BC Home e-newsletter, or purchase a subscription to the bi-monthly magazine.