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.
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.
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.
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.