Don't be afraid of mixing plaids, checks and prints. Just keep your selections in the same color family to keep the look cohesive. An eclectic mix of patterns creates a casual and homey feel that most guests will appreciate. Tip: Tea towels are excellent to use for oversized napkins and can be found in a variety of prints and patterns.
African textiles don’t only just stand out for their patterned designs, it’s the colorways as well. Interior designer Genevieve Gorder developed a version of mud cloth where the color palette stands out. Her Mali Mud Cloth Inked Pillow (https://www.tonicliving.com/products/mali-mud-cloth-inked-pillow) features faded black and cream. According to Gorder the faded shade provides a “grounding effect”.
A closer look reveals more of the detail in the hallway. Above the picture rail that is original to the home’s design, AphroChic’s Sister’s wallpaper, a collaboration with artist Samantha Hahn, adds an artistic touch in blue watercolor.
Brightening up this indoor-outdoor space is easily accomplished with this vivid green palm print wallpaper. Soft white furniture and rattan chairs are the perfect choice for cozy seating to take in the bay views.