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A Photoshop pattern is a background image, being almost the same with a texture, that is widely used for website layouts. It gives to the website look a new, fresh, elegant feature, by this – improving it. In the collection below we have carefully gathered for you, a big number of beautiful and elegant Photoshop patterns that can really pitch up your designs with their’s beauty, Enjoy!
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You can only have one showstopper in a room. In the foyer, it's the wallpaper; in the living room, it's the curtains; in the dining room, it's the chandelier; in the kitchen, it's that acid yellow color. It's like a dinner party — you can only have one great storyteller. If two people are vying for attention, it doesn't work.
I know — it can be so hokey. The room is quite large, and I knew it could handle a deep color. I do blue a lot on walls, but only intense blues, like this navy. There are five windows, and I thought, 'Geez, we'll need 60 or 70 yards of fabric to do curtains,' but I wasn't on an unlimited budget. I hate this expression but it fits here: 'Cheap and cheerful' was what was needed. So I did Roman shades in white linen with grosgrain ribbon in a Greek key pattern. People make Roman shades and they just throw them up, but if you add curtain tape or a scallop edge you give them so much more presence.
The floor was stained a deep, dark brown, and it brought the whole room down. I suggested we do a large geometric design, because the kitchen is so large — it's a 20-foot-long rectangle. The bold graphic breaks it up so it doesn't feel so big. We kept the pattern clean and simple because the ikat on the sofa is so busy.
I do them so I can hang the shades higher. This way I pull the shades up closer to the ceiling, and it pulls your eye up and makes the ceiling seem higher. Plus they're a way to add a pretty shape to a room. I did the valance in the kitchen because I thought they would probably keep the shade up most of the time and I wanted to see pattern there, to bring it over from the sofa. The twist is that I ran the valance fabric perpendicular to the fabric on the shade and the sofa. It looks totally different done that way.