The ornament is typical of the ethnic or classical style and is well suited to the contemporary interior. Especially when the modern interior design is characterized by a mixture of styles.
(A repeating contrasting rhythm highlights the wall in the headboard and makes it the main accent of the bedroom. A peculiarly similar ornament is repeated on a cushion but does not obscure the wall decoration.)
What is the essence of the ornament? This is a repetition, accent rotation, rhythm. An ornament can be described as a visual poem, which is also composed of similar elements. An ornament in the hands of the designer becomes a great helper in creating the room’s poetry. Loudly said. But it works.
(This solution is already a classic: one wall is decorated with a contrasting ornamental wallpaper, while others leave neutral, wallpaper-based colors)
(The classic motif is used for decorating the fireplace. Here the contrast is created not by color but by the texture: the matt wall with glossy glare ornament)
Where is the use of the ornaments advisable? I would advise you to combine it in any style in the interior as a sharp accent. It can be used as a decor for one wall. This may be the main motive for home textiles. It’s important not to be afraid to combine.
(A very delicate and design-quality bedroom solution when several ornaments are combined in one room. Maybe Feng Shui fanatics would criticize a mirrored ornament above the bed, but it seems to me in this example it becomes a unitary element.)
(Ornament in an ornament – that can be called the decor of this wall)
And if the ornamented wall can be called a poem, adjacent painted walls can be called a silence. And in the room, there is a mode, which is a music already.
(Yes, in a classical interior, the ornament looks most organic. In this example, perfectly matched wall and carpet ornaments.)