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FLAT VERNACULAR

PATTERN IS EVERYWHERE.

NEW PATTERN: Trapezoid

Both dynamic and understated at the same time. Sometimes moody, sometimes cheeky, always modern. 

NEW PATTERN: Trapezoid

Both dynamic and understated at the same time. Sometimes moody, sometimes cheeky, always modern. 

— 2 years ago with 12 notes
#flat vernacular  #trapezoid  #new  #pattern  #geometric 
NEW PATTERN: Wave

Subtle and monochromatic in some lights, energizing and powerful in others. Hang it vertically or horizontally and see how the pattern changes.

NEW PATTERN: Wave

Subtle and monochromatic in some lights, energizing and powerful in others. Hang it vertically or horizontally and see how the pattern changes.

— 2 years ago with 21 notes
#flat vernacular  #new  #wave  #pattern  #geometric 
IN OUR STUDIO

For this new release of wallpaper patterns, we decided to take a slight departure from our trademark illustrative style and delve into the wild world of geometrics. With a focus on texture, scale and subtle overlaps in color, these geometric patterns are a chic option for those who want a delicately complex yet understated look. 
We also thought it would be fun to give the user the ability to make an aesthetic decision about how to use the wallpaper (all three patterns can be hung multiple ways to create different effects!). 
Without further ado, I am pleased to announce the release of our newest patterns: Peaks & Valleys, Trapezoid, and Wave!

IN OUR STUDIO

For this new release of wallpaper patterns, we decided to take a slight departure from our trademark illustrative style and delve into the wild world of geometrics. With a focus on texture, scale and subtle overlaps in color, these geometric patterns are a chic option for those who want a delicately complex yet understated look. 

We also thought it would be fun to give the user the ability to make an aesthetic decision about how to use the wallpaper (all three patterns can be hung multiple ways to create different effects!). 

Without further ado, I am pleased to announce the release of our newest patterns: Peaks & Valleys, Trapezoid, and Wave!

— 2 years ago with 63 notes
#flat vernacular  #new patterns  #geometric  #scale  #texture  #color  #overlap