Spills and splatters are having a design moment, and it’s no surprise. After nearly two years of being on our best behavior, free-spirited splatter motifs offer a creative (and unruly) contrast to the clean lines and geometric patterns that dominated the pre-pandemic marketplace.
Interested in trying out the dripping-paint-inspired trend? Here, Business of Home presents six items sure to make a splash in any space.
CALI Rug — TSAR CARPETS
To give the Cali rug its spattered-paint look, Tsar Carpets uses varying pile heights in different earth-toned hues, creating the illusion of a speckled surface.
BOUBLÉ LAMP — PORTA ROMANA
With its sculptural silhouette and flecked finish, the Boublé lamp by Porta Romana moonlights as tablescape art.
WATERFALL Wallcovering — PHILLIP JEFFRIES
Designed to mimic cascading water, this wallcovering by Phillip Jeffries features softly washed, free-flowing drips of color that forge a kinetic, ombré-style effect.
POMPIDOU Rug — TSAR CARPETS
Cast on a neutral ground, the Pompidou rug by Tsar Carpets features stipples and dashes of gray, taupe and lime green that give it an artful, Jackson Pollock–inspired look.
BILLIE OMBRE BLUE MOSAIC — ARTISTIC TILE
Crafted with waves of bright blue glass that flow from dark to light tones, the cascading pattern of this mosaic by Artistic Tile evokes water dripping down a wall.
VESPA LAMP — PORTA ROMANA
The fluid swirls in the handblown glass base of Porta Romana’s Vespa lamp are inspired by the asymmetrical markings of hornets and wasps.
Homepage photo: The Waterfall wallcovering in Draping Vines, by Phillip Jeffries | Courtesy of Phillip Jeffries
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.