Move over, squiggles and waves—there’s a new lined motif in town, and it’s all the rage in today’s designs. Decor accents with dashed lines are popping up all over the market, providing designers with a rhythmic graphic pattern that reads loose, not labored. From inlaid credenzas to woven wallcoverings, Business of Home presents seven dashing of-the-moment finds to try in your next project.
Courtesy of Hooker Furniture
JAIDEN CREDENZA — HOOKER FURNITURE
Crafted from mango wood, the Jaiden credenza by Hooker Furniture features three striking bone-inlay door fronts, including one with a bold black-and-white dash design.
Courtesy of Élitis
MERIDA PARTITURA WALLCOVERING — ÉLITIS
Woven of pure raffia, the three-toned Merida Partitura wallcovering by Élitis offers a modern spin on a classic stripe pattern.
Courtesy of Thibaut
CORK FOREST WALLPAPER — THIBAUT
The dashed lines and pint-size splatter marks in Thibaut’s Cork Forest wallpaper create the illusion of depth and dimension.
Courtesy of Phillip Jeffries
WHISTLER WEAVE WALLCOVERING — PHILLIP JEFFRIES
Inspired by the intricate needlework used in Japanese paper-making, the Whistler Weave wallcovering by Phillip Jeffries is composed of tightly woven paper yarns.
Courtesy of Hartmann&Forbes
FUNGI FABRIC BY LISA KANNING — HARTMANN&FORBES
Hand-placed flowers are inserted into the weft to forge the slubby streaks that adorn Lisa Kanning’s Fungi fabric for Hartmann&Forbes.
Courtesy James Dunlop Textiles
FEAST FABRIC — JAMES DUNLOP TEXTILES
A midcentury-style chenille upholstery fabric with a kid- and pet-friendly twist, Feast by James Dunlop Textiles is made from stain-resistant FibreGuard performance fibers.
Courtesy of Élitis
ALCHIMIA CORSO FABRIC — ÉLITIS
A love letter to the Memphis Milano design movement, this vibrant jacquard fabric by Élitis is outfitted in a medley of eye-catching geometric shapes and dashed lines.
Products featured in this article have been sourced from BOH’s Collections vertical, a showcase of the latest debuts from some of the industry’s leading brands.