I bet the one of the first things you think of when you hear “polka dots” is a nursery or little kids room. That seems the obvious design choice. But polka dots are a super versatile pattern that can be very chic. After I did my hallway in a tone on tone polka dot pattern, I got on pinterest to find some more examples of polka dots used in a more “grown up” way.
I love mixing patterns. This room is a good example of mixing patterns with out it being too crazy or busy.
Source: Gabba Gabba Gorgeous
I would have never thought to have a polka dot headboard but it totally works!
Source: Casart Coverings
I know, I know….this picture has a Christmas tree in it and it is February. But lets focus on the table cloth. LOVE it!!!
Source: Better Homes and Gardens
And then you have the classic black and white dots. I liked the mix of big and small in this picture.
Source: The Second Bedroom
Who wouldn’t want to sit in this fun casual kitchen??? It looks like a happy room!
I love the use of polka dots as framed art in this dining room. Great idea!
Source: Jones Design Company
My hallway :)
Whether it is a rug, curtains, a chair, pillow, art, headboard, beadspread or your walls, polka dot can be a fun and chic addition to a space.
Do you like to play with pattern? What are some of your favorites???