Bandana patchwork print fabric turned a plain space into an inviting sitting room

Bandana patchwork print sitting room 1970s
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This small sitting room from the seventies was a cozy spot, with a built-in window seat and decorative boho patterns everywhere.

Most notably, the walls, curtains and shades were bombarded with a gorgeous bandana patchwork print.

Pink and red were the dominant colors throughout, so the other patterns — although different in design — followed suit.

Lots of throw pillows softened up the bench corner seating, which was already comfortably covered up with fluffy pink seat cushions.

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By intriguing the eye with lots of pattern, attention was diverted from the room’s chopped-up walls, due to narrow windows, tight spaces and inset doorways.

Lacy Indian screens were painted white and set into wooden frames to act as ornamentalsliding doors for the closet on the far right. A light inside emphasized that storage space emphasized the screen’s intricate cut-out design, and added still another pattern to the room.

Bandana patchwork print sitting room 1970s
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