The check pattern with its clear shapes exudes cosiness. At the same time, you associate it with the country house style, the British style or with the newer tendencies like vintage style or shabby chic. Gladly checkered furniture and textiles can be integrated into the modern design. Today we show you a colorful combination of patterns, as well as the British stylish passion for symmetrical relationships.
Already since the end of the 19th century, the check pattern exists and is trendy to this day mainly thanks to the popular Burberry pattern. Colored checks in large and small rectangles bring a touch of country house style to today's design. Now take a look at the ideas for interesting room design with check patterns:
The checked pattern in the interior was modeled on the traditional, comfortable country houses. The plaid is found everywhere: on furniture, textiles and walls. The mixture of discreet furniture and materials looks natural.
Natural colors, plants and check patterns in country style
The classic mix of red and white rectangles is particularly good on the classic wingback chair. The cushioned armrests and the comfortable backrest ensure comfort and a distinctive vintage look. For a natural accent, the check is combined with solid wood furniture and an outstanding open stone fireplace.
To achieve coziness in the interior
Classic materials combination of leather and wood
In a very rustic atmosphere invites the large-sized check fabric of the two-seater sofa to relax. Here the speech could be calm over alpine look.
Large-sized checked fabric in a very rustic alpine look
The cuddly sofa with check pattern looks fused with the rural interior. The homely and comfortable atmosphere is not to be missed here.
Sofa with trendy check pattern
An approximately retracted variant is the sofa in black and white checks. In this eclectic design of the living room in contemporary style, further accents were set such as flowers and home accessories.
Black and white checkered sofa in eclectic living room
In the decor in neutral colors, the armchair with plaid overcoat could serve as a splash of color. The check fabric is a great solution if you want to bring more comfort into the interior.
Decor in neutral colors
The beautiful check pattern embellishment can be found on throws, chair and armchair covers, carpets and even on the bed linen. In particular woolen blankets in England and Scotland are available in a variety of checks. Often, rich colors are combined. As a bedspread they look excellent and shape the clear interior design style.
As a bedspread, the pattern is particularly inviting
For the rural bedroom, the playful check pattern fits wonderfully. On ceilings, pillows and bedspreads it softens the elegant coolness of the room. The next picture shows homely furniture and exquisite taste. The button stitching was the final touch.
Bedroom in rural style
The check pattern in rich red and white looks friendly, but also brings vitality and intensity into the home design. Here we see it in the form of bed linen.
Red and white plaid bedding
The check pattern defines a fixture in the dining room. The eye-catching red and white chair covers have a varied appearance and bring spring freshness to the table.
Check pattern on the kitchen table
As a wall decoration, the check pattern ensures a rustic-rustic character. In the form of a retired checkered wallpaper, it brings romance and country house atmosphere into the rooms.
As a wallpaper, the check pattern looks particularly charming
This luxurious-looking wall design looks wonderfully casual in combination with the elegant vanity unit.
Restrained and stylish checked pattern as a wall design for the bathroom
Check patterns in pastel colors could be integrated in the form of carpet in the interior. A checkered carpet helps to make the overall picture visually more interesting.
Carpet with a delicate check pattern
Checked linen in natural colors
Tartan pattern in country style
Small-scale sofa and armchair throws
Small plaid pillows on wingback chairs convince with their individual charm