Stripes, a pattern that never totally goes ‘out of fashion’, they can be rather boring, but due to new prints and exciting color combination, the stripe is back stronger than ever before. In this post we will give you some tips to use the stripe in a less conventional way. Let us show you the next hand-picked home couture fabrics that we have in our online collection.
Hot colors, hot stripe
We’re not a big fan of ‘what’s hot & what’s not’, because interior design on a higher level is not about trends. It’s all about a personal interior design, a translation of your character and personality interpreted in your home. The more it’s ‘you’, the longer you’ll like it. But off course we all get influenced by trends and what we see around us. By using the stripe in a different way, for example cutting the stripe diagonally instead of horizontal or vertical. The stripes will come together in a completely different pattern (see the header image on the right side, the blue and white striped cushion).
Fabrics: 1. GP&J Baker, 2. Mulberry, 3. Gaston y Daniela, 4. GP&J Baker, 5. Sanderson, 6. Donghia, 7. Travers, 8. Osborne & Little, 9. Pierre Frey, 10. Osborne & Little. Find more striped fabrics on our Pinterest Board.
White & Bright
A fresh white cushion with a beautiful color stripe, perfect to create a summer accent…These striped cushions will give your home interior a finishing touch. In both situations you see how stripes can be combined in a bright way. Piping is also a way to create a completely different feeling. Try to use an accent or contrasting color combination to ‘frame’ the cushion. As you can see in the right picture below.
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