These “barely there” patterns quietly define the aesthetic of accessories, rugs and upholstery options and merge easily into neutral interior schemes.
Abigail’s Fumé bowl sports a faux marbleized finish in white, soft gray and black. The bowl is made of stoneware. (salliehome.com)
Wesley Hall’s Proper chair is pitch-perfect. It wears a lighthearted sketchlike upholstery pattern. Dark legs, base and piping accent the chair’s elegant silhouette. (designanddetailstl.com)
Jaipur Living’s Riot area rug from the Adair collection boasts a modern Moroccan aesthetic. Artfully constructed of wool and luxurious recycled sari silk, this dark gray-and-white flat-weave rug features an imperfect trellis design. Boho braided fringe adds texture-rich detail. (designanddetailstl.com)
Nancy Robinson is a contributing writer to Ladue News specializing in interiors and home décor.
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