7 Ways To Go Mad With Plaid!

Once considered an exclusively traditional pattern, plaid has made its way into modern homes in contemporary large-scale styles. Blown out proportions, unconventional colors, and the layering of styles have brought this classic pattern into today with panache. Because it's a classic, plaid also endures as a no-fail pattern for more traditional tastes. Take a look at some simple - and easy on the budget - ideas to add plaid to your home design this Fall.


Plaid Area Rug

Whites, warms and layers are what's in. Anchoring it all with a neutral, but interesting plaid area rug makes any room calming, comfortable, and cozy all year around.

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Plaid Throw

No matter the color of your couch this tan Woven Cotton Plaid Throw Blanket from Target will fit perfectly with your current home decor.


Plaid Wall Art

Looking for a creative way to decorate your fireplace mantel? Layer these Plaid Wall Art pieces available on Etsy above your fireplace mantel, with small lanterns and gold candlesticks to create a farmhouse look.


Plaid Placemats

Add some Rhythm Placemats to your table scape!. Patterned, yes, but subtly so and mixes with any tableware - any season.


Plaid Throw Pillow

Changing out or covering a pillow or few, always adds new charm to any room. Look for a plaid with a bright color or two to make your room feel fresh and new - like this one from Pottery Barn.



Plaid Comforter

Here's a stunning reversible cotton, plaid Wayfair Comforter Set to catch the eye. With a hint of urban flair, It’s dreamy, subtle, and simply stunning.



Plaid Doormat

Create a show-stopping fall porchscape with this Oh My Gourd, You’re here, Doormat available on Estsy. Decorate your front porch with pumpkins, mums, and a fall welcome sign.




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