It can be easy and fun to bring whimsy and color into your bedroom when you use creative pattern play. We asked Ashley Schaaf, who created her beautiful master bedroom using her favorite shades of blue, for her pattern selection process. Check out her tips!
• Vary the scale of patterns
• Try stripes with florals and checks
• Throw a little black in to ground the look
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