Interior Design Focus: Chevron Zig Zag Pattern

Interior Design Focus: Chevron Zig Zag Pattern

The chevron zig-zag pattern is very popular in interior design nowadays. This pattern can be dated back as far as 1800 B.C. in modern-day Greeze, particularly in pottery and rock carvings. The chevron has also been used for decades to indicate rank in the military (specifically in the English Arms). As the chevron pattern is often used in architecture, it is also seen commonly in interior design. From the wall to the floor – chevron looks pretty much good on anything and everything, making a bold statement in any room, in any home.

Here are some amazing interior designs using the chevron pattern:

Nursery with chevron. Image via Project Nursery
Nursery with chevron. Image via Project Nursery
Bright chevron looks fantastic against warm, rustic timber. Via Houzz
Bright chevron looks fantastic against warm, rustic timber. Via Houzz
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Add the chevron pattern to your dining room chairs. Via Ventura Homes
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Add a chevron bright rug to your living room. Via Houzz
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Chevron towels are funky and fresh. Via Bed Bath N’ Table
Put some chevron beanbags in your theatre room to make it extra comfy. Via Houzz
Put some chevron beanbags in your theatre room to make it extra comfy. Via Houzz
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Chevron tile splashback in the kitchen. Via Houzz
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Chevron headboard in the bedroom. Image via Houzz

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