‘Printspiration’ for your home

Decorating with bold patterns and textures is an easy way to give any room a new spin. We show you four ways to bring print into your home.

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Sharp and stylish

Bring a touch of country style to your living room with a couple of checked throws in calming, pastoral hues. When the sun shines and the garden beckons they double as great picnic blankets, too.

1. Yellow & Grey Check Throw, £12 | 2. Coral Check Cushion, £10

Pretty textures

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Hidden depths

Introducing some unusual textures to a room can add depth and make a playful statement. Crocheted cushions and throws are a sweet addition – not to mention cosy to snuggle up to – while hand-crafted pieces can bring cheer and character.

1. Crochet Throw, £30 | 2. Wild Flowers Embroidered Cushion, £15

Bold blooms

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A flowerful look

Forget chintzy floral patterns – it’s painterly blooms in saturated colours that are enjoying a moment. On bedspreads or scatter cushions they flourish beautifully in watercolour style.

1. Floral Print Cushion, £15 | 2. Country Floral Print Bedlinen Double, £18

Graphic art

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For extra edge

Whether geometric patterns in black-and-white or photographic prints featuring dreamy landscapes, graphic pieces are like off-the-wall artworks. To avoid overdoing it, pair eye-catching pieces with simpler décor – a bold, stripy runner along a dining table or photographic cushions arranged on a neutral-toned sofa.

1. Palmtree Bedlinen, £18.00| 2. Monochrome Stripe Runner, £12

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