4 Ways to Showcase Chevron Prints at Home

Stay trendy with this retro chic pattern


The chevron pattern has been around for a very long time, and was primarily used in the military to indicate rank. Nowadays, we’re seeing this ‘zigzag’ pattern in fashion, stationery, interior design, and even food. Aside from choosing rugs, linens, and other furnishings featuring this beloved pattern, here are four easy ideas that you can do:

Main photo from Jute.

In the kitchen

A backsplash protects the wall behind the sink or stove from food and liquid splashes. Add style to this essential kitchen fixture with this fun pattern in an eye-catching color combination.

Photo from Jute.

In the garden

If your garden lacks life and looks a bit bare, you can add a special trellis that you create on your own. Aside from choosing a solid wood finish, you can also paint it in your chosen hue that matches your exterior paint.

Click here for the complete guide.

Photo from Remodelaholic.

You can also update the look of your planters and terracotta plants with fresh coats of paint. Mix-and-match different colors for a playful touch.

Photo from Homedit.

In the bedroom

Since the chevron print features the letter “V” repeated multiple times to create a pattern, you can easily paint it on a canvas and displayed at home. If you're looking for a challenging yet fun to do project, you can work on a 3D piece! Click here for the complete guide.

Photo from Marcia Loves It.

In the dining area

You can easily update the look of your dining area by opting for customized chair covers featuring the chevron prints and a charming hue. Complement your chairs with tableware and decor with the same pattern or color scheme.

Photo from I Am Hardware.

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