Light striped room. Vector abstract background. Blue stripe.
In an s guesthouse in TexasGinger Barber stained the floor chocolate brown and white. The shade's a little irregular so the age and patina come through. Designer Thom Filicia chose heavy rope in place of a traditional railing and angled the runner to reveal a hint of bare floor in the staircase of a Manhattan apartment.
For a graphic statement that is as timeless as it is eye-catching, consider the stripe. Endlessly versatile, these banded lines can dramatically transform your interiors depending on how you use them. When rendered in a tight blue-and-white ticking pattern, the effect is crisp and breezy—the design equivalent of a summer day spent at the shore; applied in broader strokes and more vibrant colors, the look is undeniably chic—a bold gesture that announces the significance of a room.
Stack two or more straight lines, and you have stripes : clean, easy on the eyes, and infinitely variable. They can be horizontal, vertical, one stripe, lots of stripes, jagged stripes, colorful stripes. Need some inspiration? This gorgeous contemporary room from Atelier Interior Design shows off the most common orientation of wall stripes: horizontal.
A subtle striping technique, with alternating flat and glossy stripes, can add perceived dimension to a room. They are classic, elegant and never go out of style. Horizontal stripes make a room appear more spacious; vertical stripes make the ceiling appear higher.
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F ew color combinations rival timeless blue and white. The classic palette has stood the test of time and history in decorating—from Chinese porcelain to delftware and Wedgwood to chic cabana stripes. Sikes, and Amanda Nisbet have long sworn by blue and white in many of their interiors.
Go beyond the color blue found in your upholstery when searching for a complementary wall color. Blue is a color that has multiple personalities. Red undertones in the pigment create a warm feeling, while yellow pigments reflect the coolness of the color. If the blue in your sofa has the yellow overtones of bright turquoise or the depth of blue cobalt, counter the coolness of the color by surrounding the sofa with warm colors.