In recent years, the fashion trend towards uniformity has firmly established in the interior design. The creed of modern styles is practical and natural. However, the orderly boring color solutions were gradually diluted with repeating patterns, the fashion for which again returned. Geometric drawings were popular in the last century, and floral patterns did not disappear from the surfaces and that longer. Of course, traditional styles were preserved, in which the variegated patterns were always used. The cell in any interior looks fresh and creative. It has a unique property to make the situation more expensive, which helps a lot with budget repairs. Variants of patterns from the intersecting at right angles of the lines of mass, and in some countries such a pattern takes a special role in history. About what styles use a cage and how to organically fit it into the interior, and we'll talk further.
The list of basic checkered ornaments that are used in interior design includes:
- Scottish tartan. "Familial" pattern of one of the peoples inhabiting the foggy Albion.
- Light guinea, which is used in romantic interiors.
- French vichy. In the 70-80s of the last century such ornaments were widely used in the design of clothing. Now he carefully preserved the Provence.
- Burberry. This ornament received its name in honor of the company that first used it. The pattern of the barberry was to the liking of English football forfeits, therefore it invariably associates with hooligan motives and simultaneously embodies all the British. Against a background of usually light shade, groups of wide and thin lines intersect at right angles.
- Chess combination according to the principles of contrast and analogy.
- The "goose-paw" pattern, which is still used in the design of outerwear and trousers, jackets of dense, natural fabrics. The ornament was as if created by painted bird's paws, the owners of which flew out of the cage and trampled on the canvas properly.
- A stylish argyle. This "hem" is usually adorned with classic sweaters and pullovers, but it harmoniously fits even to strict interiors. Argyll combines dark shades.
Each of the above checkered patterns fits only to certain styles and can look good on some surfaces, and on others it is completely inappropriate.
Scottish cage, or tartan
Ornament is obtained by twisting weaving threads, which are painted beforehand. Variation of tartan mass. In Scotland, use a special "encoding", which can only read local. Different types of ornament speak of belonging to a particular organization, terrain or clan. The pattern became a visiting card not only for the Scots, but for their specific clothing. Of cloth with tartan, famous kilts are made.
The pattern consists of horizontal and vertical strips, which are combined with areas painted diagonally. The width of the lines can be different. The pattern is popular far beyond its homeland. Although the color variations of the plaid almost unlimited quantity, the most "favorite" are combinations of black with red and green. Tartan can be asymmetric and symmetrical. Bright variants are combined only with monophonic surfaces. For example, the upholstery of a sofa in a juicy cage will become an accent in the interior, so adding another flashy decor and dispelling attention is not recommended. Tartan is used not only in textiles, but also in wallpaper, flooring, countertops and even furniture facades.
Although tartan - an ancient pattern, he has a number of imitations. One of them was the "country" cell, which is created from filaments, painted in neutral shades, and is not characterized by contrast.
A chess cell is a classic way of decorating surfaces. Depending on the color scheme, it can be:
- Similar, that is, discreet, combining close in the spectrum shades.
- Contrasting. The combination of colors in such a cell is catchy and colorful. If the pattern is shallow, then it literally begins to "ripple in the eyes."
Among the variations of contrasting chess, the black and white version is popular. It seamlessly merges into high-tech interiors, loft, minimalism, chalets, constructivism, futurism and even modernism. If the combination seems too catchy, you can choose a tricolor version, where there is a neutral tone for the balance: gray, beige, brown.
Chessmakers are very fond of the producers of tiles. Such a pattern adorns many interiors of kitchens and bathrooms.
Vichy - "light" cellular pattern, which used to adorn mostly female summer clothes. He was invented in the French town of the same name. Ornament has incredible ease, which is achieved through a combination of white and mischievous, romantic shades: blue, green, blue, yellow, pink, red, lilac. In the pattern there are three kinds of cells: two basic tones and one intermediate, which is obtained by mixing them. Vichy is incredibly gentle and gently looks complete with a delicate dandruff. Since the pattern comes from France, for the first time in the interior it was integrated in this country. And the lightness and airiness of the ornament did not suit the strict elite styles that were popular in big cities.
Vichy merged into the Provence - the direction of the French outback, and so it remained there. Organically, the pattern does not look on hard surfaces, but in textiles curtains, tablecloths, upholstery, covers on furniture, pillows, blankets, napkins, towels.
Ginem is one of the varieties of Vichy. The ornament differs only in its special brightness and large cells, which effectively look either on broad surfaces or in large spaces. In English-speaking countries, vichy is called "gingham", which causes confusion in the names of patterns for a Russian-speaking person. Ginem in turn is close to the pattern of "pepet." It is created on the same principle, but cells are formed on the basis of a combination of white and black, brown. Pepita is suitable for the decoration of strict rooms: offices, workshops, uncompromising living rooms or spacious hallways.
In the technique of patchwork make blankets, blankets, pillowcases for pillows, towels and rugs. A lot of multicolored patches (usually the same size) are simply sewn together. You can observe the principle of the traditional combination of three shades or make an incredibly bright and colorful decoration for the house. Such elements look organically in light, casual styles (provence, fusion) and a number of ethnic orientations. By the way, patchwork does not impose restrictions on the shape of the flaps, but we are only interested in the squares. Unbelievably "warm" look mittens for hot, towels and napkins, in which monochrome pieces are combined with a patterned cloth.
Examples of checkered interior
A checkered pattern may appear:
- In the decor (the most popular option).
- In the surfaces of finishing materials.
- In the upholstery of furniture or covers for it.
However, there are no restrictions on the types of rooms to be decorated. With a competent approach, the cage will look organically in the loft, modern, provence, country, art deco, cheby chic, ethnic, hi-tech, minimalism, chalet, colonial, Japanese, English, Scandinavian, Italian styles. If you try very hard with the selection of colors, then the ornament can even merge into a classical setting, but without any decoration skills, it's better not to risk unnecessarily.
Such a large stylistic "spread" arose from the numerous checkered variations: both in the nature of the pattern, and in color combinations. Easy vichy is suitable only for Provence, Shebi shiku, fusion and "frivolous" Italian style. The use of the ornament created in the technique is patchworked only by ethnics. Discreet tartan can decorate the interiors, decorated according to the canons of loft, country, chalet and art deco. Chess is combined with minimalism, high tech, Scandinavian and colonial style.
The checkered pattern of juicy shades is especially soft and warm in the kitchen. In this room, the hostess usually tries to create a special cosiness that will inspire her to prepare culinary masterpieces. The cage can appear in decorative elements and textiles: lampshades of lamps, hot mittens, towels, tablecloths, napkins, curtains, coasters, upholstery of chairs and a soft corner. Decorated wallpaper, plastic panels, tiles and even ceiling lining adorn the naughty design. Pink, purple, blue, red, green and yellow cells are combined with white and lighter shades of the main, bright tone. In order for the decoration to look finished, the ornament finds continuation in the ceramic and porcelain ornaments of the same shades.
In the living rooms are usually used argyl, barberry, goose paw and tartan. These patterns help create a unique atmosphere that, on the one hand, will gravitate towards rigor, but it will not deprive the room of domestic comfort. In the spacious living rooms you can use the original interior reception - decorating the accent wall with a cage only. To maintain balance in the environment, the rest of the design should be neutral-pastel, without juicy impurities, otherwise the composition will begin to visually "break up" into motley pieces. Decorative bright pattern can decorate and the surface of the sofa, armchairs, blankets, pads, rugs.
Excellent combination of brown and sandbarberry on the wall with retro shots in frames with bright blue and blue upholstery of a corner sofa against the background of a gray laminate.
In small-sized apartments narrow corridors should be carefully decorated with a cage. For these cases only neutral variants, created from a combination of light shades, are suitable. Strong rooms are always decorated in bright colors, which visually expand the space. In houses the corridors are more spaciously replaced with luxurious halls. In such premises, a checkered pattern can completely decorate one of the walls entirely.
For those who prefer to get by with the minimum of details, the options with a light decor are suitable: ornament on the rug at the entrance door, on the basket for umbrellas and walking sticks, in the upholstery of the bench for re-training.
Bathroom and toilet
A checkered pattern in the bathroom and toilet is used in the surface of the tile. The tiles can be picked up in different colors and "assembled" the pattern on their own when assembling, or they can buy already finished ceramics decorated with small squares. It is not advisable to decorate the entire bathroom with plaid ornamentation. Excessive variegation will damage the room, which usually does not differ in size. With the help of a pattern, they make accents above the bathroom or in the shower area, two zones of the combined bathroom are separated. Also, the cell can decorate itself with curtains for the shower, towels, rugs and even baskets for dirty laundry.Read also: Plywood in the interior +50 photo ideas
Original and stylish looks black and white chess on the floor and partly on the walls in combination with white tiles of tiles. Bright accents in this kind of decoration are placed exclusively in the form of decor. On such a neutral palette, you can apply strokes of any shades, as it is willingly combined with any tones.
Children's комната — то самое место, где приветствуются пестрые эксперименты и подходит даже яркий пэчворк. Специалисты рекомендуют с раннего детства окружать малыша сочными красками, так как это позволяет ему быстрее познавать мир, лучше ориентироваться в пространстве, узнавать предметы по принципу цветовых ассоциаций. В комнате для ребенка яркой клеткой украшают не только постельное белье и покрывало, плед, шторы, подложку в клетке для попугая, зажим для книг, обивку кресла или дивана.
The pattern can be embodied in places for storage. For example, numerous shelves in an open rack are painted in different shades and a large colorful cage appears in the children's room. Such an original locker can be purchased in ikea already ready. Budget furniture is ideal for a child who sooner or later "grows" out of it, like an old overall.
In the rooms for teens it is recommended to use more calm tones. Boys who are fond of football will be approached by a hooligan barberry, while girls will be interested in vichy or guineas. Incarnate ornaments mainly in textiles.
In the bedroom is not advised to use a bright, catchy checkered ornament. This room for sleeping and resting should adjust to a calm mood and relaxation. Black and gray chess can decorate the floor or a couple of pillows, but do not recommend decorating an accent wall with such a pattern. At the head of the bed use vichas with neutral pastel shades. In rare cases, tartan, argyle or peceth are used, if the stylistics of the premises allows such austerity. A soft, beige-gray cell can decorate the head of the bed. Ornament is combined with a monophonic ivory coverlet and luxurious wallpaper with a vegetable pattern of the same color.
In the strict interior of the bedroom, if desired, you can add a bright red, blue or purple mat at the foot of the bed. It is perfectly combined with a similar pattern on the lampshades.
With what to combine a cage
The cell is referred to ornamentation with an intense, dominant "energy". Regardless of the color scheme, it will suppress any other pattern if it is placed in the neighborhood. The checkered surfaces are best combined with monochromatic elements. The combination of colors is selected according to the principle of analogy, since contrast is not the best option for an overly active pattern. In rare cases, a pastel cage can organically look paired with a soft, floral ornament, made in the same colors.
The cell is out of fashion. Despite the rejection of the design of many ornaments that have become traditional, this pattern does not grow old and dusts on the shelf, and it even decorates even ultra-modern apartments. Because of its versatility and wide "assortment" of variations, the cell can easily be selected almost to any interior. She can be calm, naughty, domestic, careless, airy, strict and elegant. All that remains is to choose and embody in the decoration. Then your interior will become, like a clan tartan - unique and unrepeatable.