Wednesday, September 23, 2009

common denominator.







it became very clear when searching through my pictures, that i have a thing for zigzag's right now. i think they are fabulous and are a much needed addition to my home....i am thinking that zigzag rug (it was painted over seagrass...a DIY)! or maybe i should keep this....

15 comments:

Blueprint Bliss said...

Great images. I'm a big fan of the zig zag pattern... but more tone on tone for me!

Mimi said...

OMG...Love that wall, well both walls! Great pics..got the zig zag..
Designers Attic;) Nice pics..
xxx

Alaina @ Live Creating Yourself said...

I actually posted that last image on my blog yesterday, as well! I love the pattern. The fabric is called East Village and it's by Rubie Green, an organic upholstery company founded by Michelle Adams. She has really beautiful things, and I encourage you to check it out!

LindsB said...

you cant go wrong with zigzags...they are classic

Sweet Nothings said...

i die over chevron. i just made some valances out of michael miller's summer swoire fabric... 4.00 a yard!

vicki archer said...

Great shots, xv.

plum tart said...

looks interesting. very nice.

Dumbwit Tellher said...

The wallpaper alone tops the charts. I too have a passion for chevron. Great, great examples!

My Notting Hill said...

Love all the zig zag. Would love to find some ribbon tape w/that to edge a drape with.

carlee said...

Oh love these images. The dressing room is beautiful!

Mademoiselle Frou-Frou said...

ahh, i love the zig zag pattern! i have my rubie green bedding here at home and love it!
xox

cassandra @ coco+kelley said...

gotta love the zag. i saw a navy/white DVF dress this weekend in the zig zag on consigment. i almost got it... and may have to go back for it! i'm SO not sick of this pattern yet!

compulsively compiled said...

I too am loving this right now. At Target this week I saw great throw pillows on clearance for only $7 each. They had two color schemes but neither of them would work for me. Maybe they would for you. It's worth checking into.

Hello Lover... said...

I, too, am also currently obsessing over zig zags. To be exact my current biggest obsession is the black and white zig zag rug by Madeline Weinrib - way out of my price range. But these images definitely help me to get my fill of zig zags for the day - thanks!

Maddie said...

i love the diy zig zag idea!