collections | Oct 8, 2020 |
Pattern power: 9 bold new prints

A good pattern can do wonders for a space, whether it's a simple floral motif that brings romantic charm or a bold abstract print that pushes the envelope. We rounded up nine products that show the power of pattern.

The Broad Strokes wallpaper from Phillip Jeffries
The Broad Strokes wallpaper from Phillip JeffriesCourtesy of Phillip Jeffries

Phillip Jeffries — Awakening Collection

In its latest collection of nearly two dozen new wallcoverings, Phillip Jeffries focused on textures and shapes that enliven the senses. Prints like the vivacious, painterly Broad Strokes or the undulating linear lines of Modern Threads have a captivating effect.

The Arrow tile from Emser Tile's Bauhaus collection
The Arrow tile from Emser Tile’s Bauhaus collectionCourtesy of Emser Tile

Emser Tile — Bauhaus Collection

Taking inspiration from the legendary Bauhaus school, this collection of glazed porcelain tiles uses the natural beauty of geometry and subtle color gradations, like in the Arrow tile, to draw the eye and create a unique visual experience.

Schumacher's Aurelia embroidery print
Schumacher's Aurelia embroidery printCourtesy of Schumacher

Schumacher — Perennial Favorites

Fabric house Schumacher captures the richness that can only be achieved through processes like embroidery and weaving in this range of textiles. Prints like the whimsical Aurelia or Honey Bee feature detailed embroidery that evokes a handsewn, artisanal feeling.

The Joan Wild wallpaper from Brett Design
The Joan Wild wallpaper from Brett DesignCourtesy of Brett Design

Brett Design — 2020 Collection

Brett Beldock, the founder of New York–based Brett Design, is known for her creative, offbeat designs, and her latest collection is no exception. Some of the new introductions, like Eyes On You and Joan Wild, are audacious enough to double as art installations.

The Cabin rug from Lulu and Georgia
The Cabin rug from Lulu and Georgia Courtesy of Lulu and Georgia

Lulu and Georgia — Jenni Kayne Collection

Fashion designer Jenni Kayne teamed up with Lulu and Georgia on a line of cream-hued rugs with a casual California feel. Using simple geometric patterns, her Cabin and Bungalow rugs add a cozy, handwoven touch to any space.

The products featured in this article have been sourced from BOH’s new Collections vertical, a showcase of the latest debuts from some of the industry’s leading brands.

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