This teen bedroom features graphic prints and painted furniture that can withstand growing pains. Patterned wallpaper creates texture and a mature backdrop behind the bed. A fresh coat of Cityscape Grey adds a shabby chic finish to the bedroom set.
Family photos hang over the crib to keep Baby feeling safe and loved. In the crib, graphic prints are a lively pop of energy and style. Paint color above chair rail: Sherwin Williams Worldly Gray Code SW 7043; Crib: Baby Town; Crib mobile: Pottery Barn Kids
Turquoise wallpaper with a bold graphic print transforms this powder room into a truly memorable space. The rest of the furnishings are kept simple in black and white, letting the walls steal the show.
This midcentury modern living room adds depth to its neutral palette with a graphic print rug and a mix of unique textures and shapes, like the multifaceted end tables, glass coffee table and low-hung pendants.
From mud cloth to indigo and colorful wax prints, textiles featuring traditional African patterns, or inspired by them are finding a place in trendy, modern spaces all over the globe. Designers, artisans and creatives alike are finding that textiles obtained by way of the African continent, from countries such as Mali, Uganda, and Nigeria, offer strong graphic and geometric design along with vibrant, striking color stories. In spaces with a contemporary look, these designs are stylish and impactful while adding a global touch to the decor. Actor and designer, Gbenga Akinnagbe (The Wire, The Deuce) has taken notice of the power of African prints and created his own home furnishings line that incorporates them. ENITAN Vintage (http://www.enitanvintage.com/) offers storied pieces, where vintage and antique European seating is reimagined through Akinnagbe’s extensive collection of African textiles. “I wanted to preserve many of these pieces where I could, using influences from the Continent that also transcend space and time,” remarks Akinnagbe about pieces like this Victorian settee that’s upholstered in a fuchsia African Dutch Wax Print fabric.
Add holiday flair to your sofa. Make easy pillow covers with felt. Print simple, bold holiday graphic and use them as a template to cut out coordinating colors of felt. Sew them to the felt squares before making the pillow covers.
Add holiday flair to your sofa by making pillow covers with felt. Print simple, bold holiday graphics and use them as a template to cut out coordinating colors of felt. Sew them to the felt squares before making the pillow covers.