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Sacramento Mid-Century Modern Home Tour Recap: Patterns

2013 May 22

We were thrilled to be able to sponsor the Sacramento Mid-Century Modern Home Tour this past weekend. Showcasing 7 Sacramento homes, a swanky vintage car show and several notable points in between, the tour was full of serious eye candy (let’s be real—who doesn’t like peeking into other people’s homes)?

This week we’ll be highlighting different aspects of the tour, but today I wanted to focus on something that caught my eye in some way through each of the homes: patterns. Whether it was old-school upholstery, a unique wallpaper or just a fitting color combo within a space, there was plenty of pattern play happening throughout the tour.

Here’s a closer look at some of my favorites:

(Apologies for my less-than-spectacular photos—Ansel Adams of home tours, I am not.)

Sacramento Mid-Century Modern Home Tour 1

A family of multi-colored polka dots can do no wrong.

Sacramento Mid-Century Modern Home Tour 2

Loved this mod print on a classic mid-century chair.

Sacramento Mid-Century Modern Home Tour 3

Was sort of enamored with the circle play happening here.

Sacramento Mid-Century Modern Home Tour 4

Such a great pattern, paired beautifully with a crisp navy/gray chair.

Sacramento Mid-Century Modern Home Tour 5

This cool retro design was hand-painted on a tabletop by one of the homeowners.

Sacramento Mid-Century Modern Home Tour 6

A perfect balance of color and a just-right amount of playfulness in these patterned pillows.

Sacramento Mid-Century Modern Home Tour 7

This quirky wallpaper was perfect for the girls changing room next to the pool.

Sacramento Mid-Century Modern Home Tour 8

Quinessentially retro wallpaper that lined one of the closet/bathroom areas.

Sacramento Mid-Century Modern Home Tour 9

A room divider with clean and modern lines that are a signature of the mid-century.

Did that take you back? Stay tuned for more highlights from the tour the rest of this week!

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