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PRINT + PATTERN :: SIX WAYS TO DECORATE WITH SHIBORI IN YOUR HOME

PRINT + PATTERN :: 6 WAYS TO INCORPORATE SHIBORI

Shibori is one of those organic, handmade patterns that is full of life, energy, and movement. I think that’s the reason I’m always attracted to it. The deep indigo tones almost act as a neutral and can be used in so many vignettes throughout a home. This week, we’re exploring which prints and patterns work best alongside this […]

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  1. Stefanie

    Great post! I took a textile art class in college as well and remember our Shibori project- I didn’t know enough about what end result I wanted so mine just looked like a poor man-s tie dye- but now I might have to go back and try it again wrapping it around a block! Didn’t realize you would get this kind of result- gorgeous!

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    -Stefanie

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  2. Leah Prevost

    I would do all of them, but obviously wouldn’t because that would be shibori overload. I think I like the pillows on the bed the best. That photo was styled perfectly, and I’m digging that art that’s above the bed ♡♡

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ROUNDUP :: 12 AMAZING HALLWAY RUNNERS TO SUIT YOUR STYLE + BUDGET

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I’m a huge fan of rugs – especially gorgeous runners, with major bonus points for amazing vintage ones. I swap my hallway runner seasonally (because I’m crazy) and it completely changes the appearance of the space. Here’s what my hall currently looks like… but it’s about to be rearranged once again! I’m one that prefers to restyle […]

8 responses on “ROUNDUP :: 12 AMAZING HALLWAY RUNNERS TO SUIT YOUR STYLE + BUDGET

  1. Molly {Dreams in HD}

    Oh my goodness Sarah your hallway is perfection! I adore the rug. We sadly don’t have any spaces in our home where a full runner would work…but definitely saving these in case we want to install one on our stairs someday 🙂

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    1. Sarah

      Exactly!! It’s nice to know you don’t have to compromise style or blow your budget. There really are some great inexpensive options.

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  2. Gabriellaa

    I’ve been on the search for a good runner – you have so many great ones here! I actually really like that blue budget runner a bunch. Thanks for the inspiration!

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PRINT + PATTERN :: 5 WAYS TO INCORPORATE BURL WOOD

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It’s difficult to believe that burl wood is the result of a flaw or deformation. Sometimes the most beautiful things are created from happy accidents. Although they look bumpy and weird from the exterior, once harvested this type of wood is known for its rare, one-of-a-kind patterns, and is highly sought after for high-end home decor. It’s […]

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ROOM OF THE WEEK :: 9.24

layered patterns in a new traditional living room setting by cloth & kind | via coco+kelley

This room (well two rooms really) has given me a whole new set of inspiration for my own home. But to get it there, I’d have to really up my pattern mixing game! This vestibule from last year’s Holiday House in Atlanta was created by the insanely creative duo at Cloth & Kind – Tami […]

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GET THE LOOK :: DARK BOHEMIAN

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Layered textiles, loads of plantlife, and worn woods are the building blocks to bohemian style. But recently, I’ve noticed one more twist: The dark bohemian. Ok, so this corner might be a bit over-dramatic, but it’s the perfect example of what I’m talking about. Layers, and layers, and layers of textiles. Wall hangings. Plants. See? Quintessential bohemian, with a […]

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  1. Heather P.

    I keep hearing that it gets dark and cloudy here in Seattle, so I can’t wait for that to happen so I can start to experiment with this kind of look more! I love how deep and cozy it all is!

    But alas, it’s bright, sunny, and HOT today. Nothing cozy about that. 😉

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