Combining different elements in interior design can be challenging, but when you pull it off, it looks sublime and has massive visual impact. With Photowall's high quality collectioRead moren of patchwork wall murals from the patterns category in art and design, you have the epitome of this idea. The word patchwork itself refers to a piece of fabric that is created when smaller pieces of fabric, often called patches, are sewn together. The same goes for your interiors design, you take smaller pieces and try to sew them together to create an aesthetic. Patchworks wall murals can be the missing link and helpful companion in this decorative journey. No matter if you are trying to spruce up your residence, a recreational abode or even just the office, these motifs can aid you in turning an ordinary space into something truly special. As per usual, you can adjust patchwork wall murals you have selected to match or contrast with your existing interior design and colour schemes.

Types of patchworks wall murals

Patchwork quilt blocks are often sorted into categories with names that give you details about their overall structure and the number of pieces in a block. The most common though are one patch quilts, which repeat the same shape over and over and four patch quilt blocks, which are made up of four pieces of fabric. This means that there are two across and two down, where some shapes in a four patch are often divided into multiple segments. You can see this in the assortment of Photowall's patchworks wall murals. There are also five patch quilt blocks which are structured with twenty-five patches and nine patch quilt blocks with initially nine square patches, but the majority of nine patch sections are subdivided into a variety of shapes. Feel free to peruse these amazing patchworks wall murals to discover more and find the one that speaks most to you. It is important to have a personal connection to your patchworks wall murals as they will be the reflection of your personality in the room you are decorating.

Brief history

Patchworks date back around five thousand years to early age China and Egyptian tombs. Most often used to make quilts, the patchwork technique can also be used to make bags and items of clothing, which has even seen a recent resurgence in high fashion. Patchwork quilts have even become a popular piece of global history, which we will get to later. You can see that patchworks wall murals not only look good, they also have historic and cultural value. In the 18th Century, patchwork flourished after technological improvements in the textile manufacturing industry, which saw people used printed cotton fabrics. It even became street fashion in the 1960s, and has continued into today, presenting itself in a variety of forms across high street retailers. The innovative patterns in patchworks wall murals can generate a wonderful staple piece in your home or workplace.

Patchworks wall murals impact

Similar to pieces of literature, patchworks tell a story and may provide a glimpse into a way of life from the past or even the present. They often symbolize resourcefulness, as quilters use what resources they have to make a patchwork as a covering. These things can also symbolize heritage, as they are created using fabrics that are indicative of a moment in time. Eastern Crossing is a fine example of a patchworks wall mural that could fall into this specific category. An amalgam of different themes, decors and colours, this item can make for a gorgeous backdrop in any kind of space. For an even more stylish approach, try the patchworks wall mural named Polar Bears Gray. This charming and absolutely delightful motif will not only look sublime, but also please the young ones.
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