Mad For Plaid

Plaid is always a staple during fall and winter in clothing and holiday decor, but it seems to be particularly popular for interiors this year. It can be used in small doses or it can set the tone for an entire space. These rooms make me mad for plaid!

Plaid wallpaper with matching fabric on the headboard.

Decorating with plaid

Plaid wallpaper

Tone-on-tone plaid wallpaper helps create a calming backdrop for this monochromatic masculine bedroom with white furniture.

Plaid wallpaper

The neutral plaid used on these canopy beds is subtle and sophisticated.  Adding floral curtains and a classic chandelier adds a touch of femininity and glamour.

Plaid in bedrooms

Using a large-scale plaid on the floor can help define a space without feeling too busy.  The simple, sophisticated dark chairs and curtains don’t detract from the pattern on the floor.

Plaid rug

The stripes in the pillows and simple upholstery and curtains make the rug stand out.
Plaid rug

Window treatments are a great way to introduce a plaid pattern into a room along with contrasting pillows and chair cushion.

Plaid window treatments

Plaid window treatments

 Floor-to-ceiling plaid adds height and plenty of visual interest.  The fun print on the chairs contrasts well with the plaid curtains.

Plaid window treatments

For just a pop of this pattern, try adding a pair of pillows or a throw.

Plaid pillows

If you want to start small, use a plaid tablecloth to add instant style to any holiday meal.

Plaid tablecloth

Are you mad for plaid this year too?

Photo Credits: Pinterest (1-3, 10-11), Architectural Digest (4, 6, 8-9), Elle Decor (5), House Beautiful (7)

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