collections | May 13, 2021 |
Fine lines: 7 exciting ways to use stripes

A timeless classic, the stripe can be dazzling or demure, possessing the power to recede or to make a bold statement depending on the scale. Below, explore seven exciting new ways to mix the pattern in any space.

Katalin Stripe by Mind the Gap
Katalin Stripe by Mind the GapCourtesy of Mind the Gap

Katalin Stripe — Mind the Gap
Transylvanian home brand Mind the Gap looked to the shores of the Aegean and Ionian seas for this collection. The colors in the Katalin Stripe print bring to mind nautical ropes and deep blue waves.

Surround by Sunbrella
Sunbrella’s Surround fabric in SunriseCourtesy of Sunbrella

Surround — Sunbrella
This ebullient pattern from Sunbrella captures the feeling of opening a drawer full of summer clothes and being greeted by breezy fabrics and cheerful hues that are slightly faded by the sun.

The Otti rug from Lulu and Georgia
The Otti rug from Lulu and GeorgiaCourtesy of Lulu and Georgia

Otti Rug — Lulu and Georgia
Los Angeles–based interior designer and author Nina Freudenberger collaborated with Lulu and Georgia on a line of rugs inspired by the women of the Bauhaus movement. This hand-knotted rug pays homage to textile designer Otti Berger, who was known for creating minimal, geometric weavings.

Squiggle by The Vale London
Squiggle in Magenta, by The Vale LondonCourtesy of The Vale London

Squiggle — The Vale London
A fun take on a classic stripe, this vibrant magenta pattern from The Vale London—inspired by the cubist movement and Central American tribal art—features textured cord of appliquéd flax undulating across an expanse of chintzed linen.

Off The Coast and Seaton Stripe from Kravet Couture
Kravet Couture’s Off the Coast in White Sand (top) and Seaton Stripe Courtesy of Kravet

Off The Coast and Seaton Stripe — Kravet Couture

Featuring fabrics made with specialty yarns that provide easy cleanability, these two patterns from Kravet Couture’s new Vista collection perfectly accent outdoor furnishings.

Balance II from Erik Lindstrom
Balance II from Erik LindströmCourtesy of Erik Lindström

Balance II — Erik Lindström
Artist Allison Kunath was motivated by the concept of deconstructed patterns in this two-piece collection for Los Angeles–based rug designer Erik Lindström. Evoking ink on paper, Kunath wanted the lines to find harmony in their irregularity.

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Homepage photo: Balance II from Erik Lindström | Courtesy of Erik Lindström

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