The three key elements of coordinating fabrics are color, pattern, and texture.
• Color is the key element in coordinating fabrics. Look for a specific, closely matched color that can be the element of continuity from one fabric to all the others. This color should be very similar in temperature (cool versus warm), intensity and identity.
• When combining fabric patterns, this rule of thumb is consistently useful: One large scale pattern, one small scale pattern, one geometric, one stripe and one or more solid fabrics with texture.
These adjectives suggest a psychological response, which is a key to their appropriate selection. Here are some examples:
• Like pattern, textures evoke a neatly categorized and successful interior.
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