For the Love of Stripes #1

If you follow me on Pinterest, you know how much I love stripes. It was one of the first boards I created.  I frequently incorporate stripes in my styling projects. At times, playing them up for a bolder statement, as a table cover in the setting below.

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And a more subtle touch like the napkin rings in this table setting.

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The thing that I love about stripes is that they can easily elevate the look of a space or an outfit without overdoing it because the stripes is so classic. While black and white combo, my personal fav, is timeless adding sophistication to the everyday, I love this pattern in almost every color combination.

I have been meaning to start a weekly column featuring round up of stripes but just never got around to it until now.

So, without further delay, here is the first installment of the weekly “For the Love of Stripes”. Enjoy!

 

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Jacket | Wall | Bar Chairs | Shoes | Purse | Hat

 

 

UncommonGoods

Based out of the historic Brooklyn Army Terminal, UncommonGoods offers designer home and garden décor, tabletop items, and fashion accessories that are created without harming the environment, animals, and people. Half of their products are handmade, and a third are made with recycled and/or upcycled materials. And they have a great selection of home and garden accessories as well as furniture.

Here is a clever infographic they created that illustrates their commitment to using recycled, upcycled, and reclaimed materials.

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I came across so many new ideas and products while browsing their website. Like, their fire escape and suspension bridge wall shelves. Ideal for an entryway, along with the kinetic key holder which you can find here.  Take a look at this helpful blog post about 5 simple steps to design your entryway.

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Vintage camera lovers, you need to take a look at these camera bookends.

And don’t miss their art section where there is something for every taste, style and medium.

See their full home decor and organizing products here and furniture offerings here.

Or, hop over to Uncommon Goods to see their full catalog.