Monday, Monday, Monday. The weekend always seems to fly by a little too fast, but we are glad to be here with you all this lovely morning! This Monday we find ourselves inspired by a cheerful geometric pattern.

Pattern found via Flickr

The pattern and colors bring an abundance of linens to mind that could take this pattern from inspiration to tabletop. Here’s a few options that would look beautiful on any table…

Texture Linens

If you are in love with the pattern but aren’t looking for bright colors, try Lately or Chuck Natural to bring in the pattern through a textured linen in a neutral color. Use just one or alternate the linens for more visual interest. You can also bring in pops of color with a colored napkin or in vibrant florals to spice things up.

Speaking of spice, Circle Spice brings both the color and the texture for a one-two punch inspired by our pattern. Ritz Opal is another great tactile option that has a rich, luxurious weight and a color that’s very versatile. Pair with bright whites for a crisp, clean look or take a page out of the inspiration pattern’s book and combine it with that lively orange.

Pattern Linens

If you’re just inspired by the colors, visit our Milano Collection to find linens that utilize the colors in a different way. Retro Melon brings out the diamond element of the inspiration pattern. Or try Wavering Glacier to pull out the aqua color with a linear pattern.

If you’re really feeling bold and want to incorporate both colors in fun prints and patterns there’s always Charade Capri or Spice Island Henna. Either one will deliver those bright colors in a stunning pattern sure to WOW your guests.

Linens in Action

See this color combo in action in this ‘desert chic’ wedding featured on Ruffled Blog earlier this year.

Photography by Amy & Jordan

This couple utilized the above mentioned Ritz Opal AND Retro Melon and also invited Ritz Spice to the party. We also see a little Tribal Thread Sunset action. Inspired!

Post your own amazing linen ideas on Instagram with #inspiredlinens and tag @latavolalinen.

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