I’ve been noticing a trend in rugs lately. After a strong showing of defined geometric and animal-hide patterns the last couple of years, the growing trend in rugs is a deconstructed version of those heavily-popular patterns. Not sure what I mean? Let me give you some examples. via Pinterest
via Pinterest No, there’s nothing new about cabana stripes. They are classic, just like Grace Kelly.
As an interior decorator, I sometimes find myself assuming that my clients know what I’m talking about when I suggest a flamestitch or imperial trellis pattern for their upholstery fabric or new rug. Then I get the confused stare: I have no idea what you are talking about . . .
Maybe I’m a bit dramatic when it comes to decorating my house, but have you ever searched and waited for just the right fill-in-the-blank for your home? Then one day, you walk down the aisle of HomeGoods and you see “the one” and the angels start singing? That’s what happened to me last week – […]
I was at Home Goods last week and found this fabulous repositionable shelf liner. Isn’t this flamestitch pattern gorgeous??? Macbeth Self-Adhesive Shelf Liner from HomeGoods Recently, I encouraged one of my clients to paper the back of a dark hutch in her dining room with some wallpaper or scrapbook paper to bring in more […]