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Table of Contents: Patterns and Prints

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Table of Contents: 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.

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  • Looking to add some color and pattern in your life? Tiles are a good place to start.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Louis XVI would approve: In Remodeling 101, Janet presents a wooden floor pattern primer that goes beyond the basics.
  • 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.

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