I haven’t done one of these posts just talking about a design or trend in a whiiiiiiile and I kinda miss them, so here we are! It’s interesting for me to see where inspiration can come from, and when I catch on to a color scheme, pattern, fabric, or even a piece of furniture, it can spark ideas or push me to incorporate it into my own style in some way.
Grid patterns are hardly a new thing, and because the design is so simple and graphic, it’s never going away. Recently I’ve been noticing the pattern a lot in fashion, and it made me want to take a look at how it can dress the home. It’s definitely a popular pattern in Scandinavian and minimal designs (LOVE both styles), but especially a black and white color palette essentially means it can go anywhere (LOVE both colors).
I’m obsessed with this shibori grid pillow and how it fits in so well with a more traditional living room. Really I’d love to just have this entire room. That continuity with the grid wainscoting though daaaaaang.
A box hasn’t excited me this much in a long time, and I’m really into boxes.
Iron mesh organizer/moodboard… Love this for a work space, and so cute to have to hang things up with clothespins., amiright?
I gotta do something with a grid pattern. The urge to create is strong on this one. Are you feeling it? Is this your jam? Got a favorite one of the bunch here?
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5 comments on “Grid Lines”
Love. I like the whole setup of the desk/office space a lot. I love the kitchen too. I feel like it looks subway tile-esque with a much easier implementation. I’d love to see how you do this. Think you’d use a paint sharpie or something?
I was thinking the same about it being reminiscent of subway tile! Sharpie paint pen is always fun. I’m also thinking tape will work really well for getting those straight lines ;)
I love the gridded look. I think it translates well in furniture. It adds a bit of sophistication to the piece.
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Amazing! Unbelievable how many grid designs we can find everywhere. What if we change one colour? Maybe combinations like black-red or white-blue could be great too? Anyway, black and white is always perfect everywhere, you are right. Thanks for sharing!
oh I am WITH you on this. Absolutely obsessing over grid patterns lately and loving how simple they are to apply to things yourself. I need to get onto a grid DIY ASAP. Thanks for the inspo :)