One of the lovely homes I'm working on has me so excited to incorporate the relaxed global elegance that Les Indiennes has mastered with their beautiful block-prints. Although it seems to be wildy popular at the moment, it possesses a certain subtlety that I think makes it much more of a classic than a fad.
Single color block prints are some of my favorite types of patterns to layer because they can be interesting and serene at the same time.
I also love how their patterns fit seamlessly into both modern and traditional spaces. I especially like the looks below, injected with a int of rustic.
I love how this print (below) ties in the rich colors of the ethnic headboard but adds a light relaxed air to the room--the kind that's often missing in global-leaning rooms.
Tom Schreerer (two photos below) has mastered the look, managing to make the rooms feel feminine and grounded at the same time.
This one from etsy seller cutting edge stencils:
Deirdre Newman who Jenny featured on the Little Green Notebook, check out more of Deirdre's amazing work here) :
And I also love this one from Sunny's goodtime paints:
I've actually dreamed about how the home is going to look for the past 3 nights! I'm so excited to see everything come into place!