Checkered decor refers to a decorating style that features the use of a check or plaid pattern. The pattern is characterized by its repeating squares or rectangles of two or more colors, arranged in a perpendicular pattern. Checkered patterns are often used on textiles, such as tablecloths, napkins, and curtains, as well as on flooring, such as tile or hardwood.
Checkered decor can add a touch of rustic charm, elegance, or preppy charm depending on the colors and materials used. It can be used to create a variety of different aesthetics, from a traditional farmhouse look, to a more modern and minimalist one. The pattern can also be incorporated into other elements of the room, such as throw pillows, rugs, or even wallpaper.
The check pattern can also be done in different sizes, from large to small squares. This affect the overall look of the room, for example, large checks will give a bolder and simpler look, while small checks might be used for a more subtle and intricate style. Also, the colors used in the check can affect the overall aesthetic, neutral colors give a more subtle and elegant look, while bright colors might be used for a more playful and fun feel.