Plaid patterns and fabric remind me of rich woolens from Pendleton Woolen Mills. Lucky was the lady who owned a pair of classic wool plaid pants from the Oregon company. Why not bring beautiful plaid decor into the home for the fall season?
Plaids, first known as tartans, come in hundreds of patterns. You’re sure to find one you love since there are so many variations. Here, a blue and white plaid couch plays beautifully off the red wall with its expansive collection of blue and white pitchers.
Darker plaids in navy and red tend to be more prevalent.
Create a cozy corner with a comfy, plaid reading chair in a stairwell.
A beautiful neutral plaid fabric covers a charming settee in an entryway. Even the puppy knows a good thing when he sees it!
Add plaid in the dining room with slip covered chairs. A trio of framed oil paintings and old farm utensils on the wall complete the look.
Create cozy cabin appeal with plaid blankets and coverlets on your beds.
Don’t be afraid to pair plaids with other patterns. This bedroom has a patterned wallpaper and rug – beautifully done!
I love the warmth and cozy appeal of this dark blue bedroom with its plaid blanket and throw rug. You feel like the room is giving you a big old hug!
Another beautiful bedroom with plaid bedding and curtains. A gorgeous wood ceiling is the crowning touch!
Use plaid throw blankets outside to keep warm on cooler evenings. You’ll feel like you’re back at camp!
Do you have any plaid decor in your home? If not, consider adding it this fall in the form of throw blankets and pillows.