Friday, May 18, 2012

Graphically Speaking

... in black and white, many choices abound. 
Clean, crisp, soft or masculine- graphics can lead you most anywhere.

Of course, I had to insert a bit of or into the black and white. Kubus by Pierre Frey was inspired by a folding screen. 

Bangkok by Pierre Frey- an embroidered sheer

Zadig fabric by Elitis

Graphic patterns aren't just limited to fabrics- check out these rugs.

 Cadrys' Moroccan rug designed by David Hicks

 Loving this rug design- Everest by Hali

 Fuori Tempo by the Italian company, I&I

 Ibiza in chocolate- an Oscar de la Renta dhurrie by Elson & Company

Love this one too: Persian by Designer Rugs

Go for graphics on the walls... with stencils that are totally do-able if you patient and precise. 
Here are a few from Royal Design Studio.

One of the new patterns from RDS' African Collection- Circle of Life.
So cool!

Here Melanie stenciled an elegant "floorcloth" on the back of sheet vinyl! 
Get the lowdown here.

Cutting Edge Stencils also offers a fab selection of graphic stencils.
What is your favorite graphic medium?



  1. A very interesting post, crisp and fresh designs.
    I love Everest and Persian rugs.
    Have a glorious weekend

    Helen xx

  2. Love the graphics! especially that Persian. thank you

  3. Beautiful Annie. Adore the touch of elegance that black and white lends to a room.

    I am getting ready to stencil a floor canvas, adore the one Melanie created; as well as the Persian!

    2012 Artist Series: The Gifted Decorative Painter Theresa Cheek

    Art by Karena



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