chevron pattern


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chevron pattern

A V-shaped zigzag pattern used as an ornament in brickwork bond.
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The strapless bodices had satin bands that formed a chevron pattern under the bustline.
For a pattern so apparently sporty, stripes can look elegant, especially if they meet in a slimming chevron pattern.
LaStrata features black and shades of taupe in a grid pattern that has a men's wear look; Plantation features a monotone basket weave with a coordinating floral; Kensington offers an alternating floral and chevron pattern with a coordination basket weave; Venice has a classic floral tapestry with a coordinating foulard; Tibet features a large medallion pattern with paisley accents; and Bel Aire features a shiny sheer with pearlized stripes, lined to make them opaque.
The softly contemporary sofa showcases a heavily textured cashew-colored chenille woven in a chevron pattern.
On the supplier side, Fieldcrest Cannon is selling the mass market a chevron pattern, paired with wrinkle-free sheets.
Instead of replacing carpet, this DIYer personalized her space by painting a chevron pattern on the floor of her bedroom and stripes on a decorative pillow.
Featuring a chevron pattern background, each state is represented and a heart placed over the state's capital.
C&F Industries will debut such geometric designs as the Tazzo rug, which uses corals and tans together in a chevron pattern.
One is a postive/negative of musical notes in a chevron pattern.
In another nod to speed, the boot's arresting Safari print is overlaid with a tonal chevron pattern that is illuminated in certain light.
Among the more popular posters currently available are the state-themed posters, which feature a depiction of each of the 50 states against a chevron pattern background and includes a star over the state's capital.
The popular chevron pattern is featured in The Rug Market's Capetown design, in the company's resort collection.