Two pictures of a bed with a colorful crocheted blanket.

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Modern decor is so monochromatic. Colorize it a bit.

While we all love modern decor, the monochromatic get up can get a little lacklustre. However, we can certainly change this through the use of colorful accents. Of course, one such accent is a judiciously placed colorful bedspread, cushion, or blanket. Therefore, here are some colorful bedspread patterns that will enable you to spice up a gently colored bedroom or some piece of pastel-hued furniture. Despite the fact that they look quite complex, these are quite easy projects, so even begionners can attempt them.

Overall, these are some of the best decorator’s ideas and tricks for inexpensively and beautifully increasing the visual appeal of a room or piece of furniture. Consequently, either of them will be a stylish gift for a housewarming, a birthday, or a shower that will be cherished by the recipient. Lastly, these will also be simply fun, a joy to work up and to watch as they grow.

Lilliana Blanket

To begin with, concentricity is the theme for the Liliana colorful bedspread. Its central rosette is thus surrounded by a concentric series of growing squares. Overall, this is a beautiful looking blanket with an stunning texture.

Skills: intermediate      Designer: Hooked on Sunshine


The full article about this pattern is here:


Sophie’s Dream

This colorful bedspread is without any doubt one one the most beautiful square-based blankets I have seen. Most of all, I like the gentle earth-tone color transitions with in the individual squares.

Skill: Intermediate     Designer: Dedri Uys

 Sophie's Dream

The full article about this pattern is here:

Sophie’s Dream Blanket

Info about Nannettenan’s project and the photos here  or on Instagram.

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