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Textile Treasury: Lace

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Arielle Pytka’s home from The New Bohemians. Photo: Dabito.

The word lace might conjure up images of your grandmother’s dining room, or that victorian bed and breakfast you spent a weekend in, but lace doesn’t always have to be prim and proper- layer it on, add some color or some plants, and you’ve gone romantic bohemian.

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Via Textile Style. Photo: Andrew Wood.

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Via Textile Style. Photo: Andrew Wood.

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Via Textile Style. Photo: Andrew Wood.

Sheer and airy, lace makes a great room divider- breaking space up, while adding texture and softness- without blocking light. Looking for a little bit of romantic coziness? Hang it as a canopy over the bed or bath.

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Justina Blakeney’s home from The New Bohemians. Photo: Dabito.

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Faith Blakeney’s home from The New Bohemians. Photo: Dabito.

Draped over a chair, or covering a window, even a small lace tablecloth or scarf goes a long way. Layer several on to add more privacy, while still letting the light shine in.

Ready to bring some lace into your Jungalow? We rounded up some of our favorites in our newest Etsy Treasury.

 

Danae Horst Danae Horst

Total Plant Geek. Check out my botanical shop and design firm, Folia Collective.

4 responses to “Textile Treasury: Lace”

  1. Larissa says:

    I love laces and the vintage look. Unfortunately no one around me loves it. Glad I found your post. Thank you for sharing!

  2. adrienne says:

    soooo lovely. I think It’s time to add some lace to my windows.

  3. vv says:

    I have happy memories of the lace at your 2nd street jungalow! Such a beautiful texture to decorate with…

    On the lookout!

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