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Lonny's Top Pins of the Week: The Art of Layering

Lonny's Top Pins of the Week
When it comes to home textiles, sometimes more is more. At least that's the take away from week's favored pins, which showcase three very unique rooms all containing a myriad of colors, patterns, and textures. Here's a closer look at each of these homeowner's layered creations.

Lonny's Top Pins of the Week
One of Elizabeth Mollen's favorite lounging areas in her South Austin abode, a daybed in her upstairs office, is strewn with an African mud cloth sheet and topped with Stone Textile pillows. Mollen herself painted the Art Deco-inspired mirror that hangs above. 

Lonny's Top Pins of the Week
Spotted reading chair, check. Whimsical curtains, check. Ceiling dressed in Osborne and Little's Coronata star wallpaper, check.  Jaime Meares's colorful nursery is a masterpiece of print-on-print-on-texture. 

Lonny's Top Pins of the Week
Brooklyn-based furniture designer Katy Skelton impressed us with her one-of-a-kind bedding assemblage. With what do you top a pleated duvet, polka-dot shams, and an earthy-toned quilt? A pair of malachite-print pillows, naturally!  Dove gray linen sheers complete Skelton's kaleidoscope of organic hues. Tag us in your interiors photos to show us how you're layering patterns and textures.
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