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Issue 31 · Patterns and Prints · August 4, 2014

Table of Contents: Patterns and Prints

Issue 31 · Patterns and Prints · August 4, 2014

Summer's riot of color is inspiring us to look beyond black and white. Join us for a weeklong dip into the world of ornament.

Patterns and Prints Issue Image | Remodelista

Above: Looking to add some color and pattern in your life? Tiles are a good place to start. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista.

Monday

Purpura tile backsplash | Remodelista

Above: Patchwork in the home needn't be confined to quilts. In today's DIY & Remodeling roundup, Sarah presents the eye-opening possibilities of mixing tiles.

Tuesday

Fredericks & Mae darts and marbles Douglas Lyle Thompson | Remodelista

Above: Looking for a low-commitment way to inject some life into a room? In Tuesday's Accessories post, Margot presents a design duo's reinvented classic games.

Wednesday

L'Aviva Home Crin rug collection from Colombia jute, horsehair, and leather | Remodelista

Above: Woven in Colombia, a new line of carpeting made from a surprise trio: hardwearing jute, leather, and horsehair. They're the creation of one of our favorite global workshops; watch for Wednesday's Rugs post.

Thursday

Basket weave wood floor from Atelier des Granges | Remodelista

Above: Louis XVI would approve: In Remodeling 101, Janet presents a wooden floor pattern primer that goes beyond the basics.

Friday

Designer Martin Raffone's Marrakech house | Remodelista

Above: Overhauled by an American designer who divides his time between New York City and Marrakech, this courtyard house in the Medina is Friday's Designer Visit. Good news: It's available for rent. 

Saturday

  Remodelista Considered Design Awards 2014

Vote on: There are six more days to make your selections for the 2014 Remodelista and Gardenista Considered Design Awards. You can vote for the finalists every day until August 8. Winners will be announced Saturday, August 9. 



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