Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Timeless Trend: Lattice & Geometric Prints

I'll never tire of incorporating geometric prints into my design projects. There's something very timeless about geometrics, especially lattice and chain link patterns. They're great for adding a modern touch to a space and offer a clean, tailored look. One thing's for sure, a little geometric can go a long way. How do you feel about lattice & geometric prints?

[IMAGE CREDITS: 1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10|11|12|13|14|]


  1. my favorite set of sheets when i was little was a geometric lattice-like design. they were my dad's sheets in college- i always thought they brought out the creativity in me!


  2. I love lattice prints. I feel like they're going to go out for a little while, but they're so classic they're worth investing in. They do add a nice crispness to a room.


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  3. I couldn't agree more! I just upholstered my headboard with a lattice print fabric. I'm also loving the patterned runner on those stairs. Great post!

  4. That b/w graphic powder room is a showstopper!!! Seriously stopped me right in my elegant, such a strong, powerful statement! Love it!

    Peace. Love. LOL!

  5. I love lattice! And what I like most about it (which these pics capture) is that it can either be bold or subtle

  6. monochromatic pics are so up my street, and the gold mirror in the fist pic, is that from laura ashley?

  7. I'm in love with those top chairs! I am a sucker for pairing clean, modern fabrics with traditional furniture. Love.

  8. I love every single one of these images!! That closet is amazing--sadly, it's the size of my bedroom :)

  9. Even though I have something "against" this pattern but I really like your blog. And I am following you now

  10. I want that closet!!! Including clothes and shoes, of course:-)

  11. Love the 3rd image from the bottom of the blue grasscloth foyer with trellis stair runner!
    I worked with the chic designer of this house - and that is actually Thibaut's Shang Extra Fine Sisal grasscloth paper in Wedgwood Blue.

    Check out the rest of the house on Houzz -

    Built by Michael Robert Construction of NJ.

  12. I just found you through pinterest and this blog post had me at hello! New follower, where have you been all my blog reading life? :)


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