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05.18.12

Put a Pin In It (5.3)

Patterns. They’re all around us. In the repeat of a brick wall, the rhythm of a stone path, or in the gentle curves of a seashell.

By definition a pattern is a theme of recurring events or objects: a repeated decorative design. They exist in nature, can be man made, are often intentional and sometimes accidental.  Here we share with you some of our favorites from our Pinterest board, “I see a pattern here…”  If you’re anything like we are, we guarantee these are patterns you won’t want to break.

 

Morocan cat on Morocan tile.

 

Dior 1972

 

Walker Zanger Sonja La Fluer Crimson Mosaic

 

William Morris Owl Pattern

 

Natural Patterns

 

Tuileries Rivoli Pattern from Walker Zanger

 

Geometric Python from Derek Lam

 

Moroccan-inspired tiled floor, Hotel Du Nord Cafe

 

Groovy Silver Pattern - Haley from WZ

 

Photograph by Danuta Hyniewska. Lisbon, Portugal.

 

Pattern Crashers

 

Tory Burch 2012 Spring Collection

 

Bright and bold chevron

 

Georgia Grey

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