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3. Pick a Pattern Colorful patterns and art also make a statement. When using a geometric pattern, other fabrics in the space need to be downplayed, Palazzo says. “Whatever your pop is, whether geometry or color, that’s your focal point. Never do too much layering,” she says. “Make sure you have enough balance with white walls.” For instance, only the rug in this Costa Mesa bedroom has a boldly colored pattern, while the bedspread and walls are white. Palazzo used turquoise in the pillow, lamp stands and art frame to make them stand out against the white walls.See more of this projectMore: For more information on Melissa Vieira Palazzo and examples of her work, visit Halo Interior Design’s Houzz profile. This story was written by the Houzz Sponsored Content team.