24-02-2014 - STRIPES COME IN MANY SHAPES

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SAME LINE, DIFFERENT TEXTURES

From white tiles to any range of printed blue and turquoise, anything goes as long as it’s different and in the same family.

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GROUP STRIPES

White stripes go well together once they have a color break in between.

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THICK OR THICKER

Once you go black and white you need to do it different not to get to be really boring and tiring . So, a degrading scale of stripes will just do.

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THE STRIPE EFFECT

We see stripes even in the simple associations of stairs. It’s the visual aspect that each step makes is a linear contrast of metal and wood.

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WOODEN TEXTURES FOLLOWING THE LINE

Vertical and horizal stripes go each of them their way and the difference of texture and shade makes altogether a composition of pure both pure lines and materials.

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BLACK AND WHITE – SAME DIMESIONS

Little space for a frequent alignment but still enough to say that we have something shaped in here.

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COLORS IN LINE

There is always a thin line that shouldn’t be crossed. It’s called stripes in colors. It’s easy to make it look too much. But there can also be a fresh and young vibe in it.

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BLACK PILLARS AND STRIPED WALLS

Stripes are always a well balanced idea. They create a sort of equilibrium between emptiness and richness. We have a rhythm of black and white stripes that match well to a full color pillar.

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FORNASETTI MEETS STRIPES

The prisoner breaks free in color. The lines create a sort of cage looking space underneath of which the Fornasetti face speaks louder than ever. The combination is pop and glam.

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MILD AND WARM WATERCOLORS

Choosing a narrow range of colors offers you a space with a compact image. The lines with color infusion seem hand drawn which gives even more a touch of personality.

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LINES IN COFFEE RANGE

Mix matching tones of the same color and playing with regular lines creates an alternative to monochromes. A very elegant approach to set a defining background.

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THE SAILOR STRIPES

The most common stripes are never common because they sail away your imagination.

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JUST A LITTLE

When you’re not really decided, even then…just stripe. No matter how much or little, break the circle with a texture that complicates a little a very grey and basic interior.

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LABYRINTH OF STRIPES

This time, stripes are everything. They are playing the leading part, they know where to place everything else. The colors and their paths are making the game , placing everything else according to their pleasure.

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ONE TOUCH STRIPES

Stripes like to communicate, it should always talk to some other stripes somewhere else in the near proximity. The vase and the pillow speak the same language.

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ONE GOES IN THE MIDDLE

The stripe at the middle is a lucky stripe, all the time.

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THE STRIPE EFFECT OF THE BEAMS

Not only interior design has its means, but architecture , too.

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VIBRATIONS

Stripes don’t always go straight. They can make compromises and let the objects that they meet exactly at their place.

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PURPLE STRIPE RAIN

The apparent imperfection of the brush creates a contrast very elegant.

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PASTELS

Stripes are not just a repetitive way but also a pattern.

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JEAN PAUL STRIPED

Even furniture loves the striped t-shirt. It’s cool, it’s light and it’s easy to wear.

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GOING THE LINE

Stripes with a twist: white and grey stripes mix with an erratic dashed black stripe.

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WOODEN DIRECTIONS ON A WHITE BACKGROUND

In the particular detail of the attic pillar, white painted and bordered by a rough looking wood frame.

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TWO DISTANCES , SAME VIEW

Stripes from the back and stripes from the front come in the same front view.

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COUCH AND BEAMS IN BLACK

Layering interiors in order to make a stripe effect is actually a basic rule of composition.

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DISTORTED

Who said stripes are always swimming in parallel ? Twisting directions and also remaining in a parallel swim.

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DIAGONAL

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FRESH STRIPES AND LINEN – BY DEDAR

Nothing can ever be dull with stripes. Accessories to a plain regular fabric.

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ALL COLORS AND ALL GLOSSY

Stripes get bold. Who is afraid of colors and glossy textures should stay far from this. For others, dive in!

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SHY STRIPES

When you like stripes but you’re not sure they won’t get to be too much, get some shades that stimulate your imagination to create the stripes that you wish for. This is a delicate way of getting some stripes on.

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LIGHT LINE IN THE DARK

In the dark, there’s the light and in the black there’s the stripe.
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LINES

A lamp solution, a discrete way of making some lines intersect, some stripe beginnings , a funny unfinished story.

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ELEGANT VERTICALS – BY DEDAR

There’s that type of elegance that never fades when it comes to good, elegant taste. It’s called white line with golden borderline

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THE STRIPE – JEAN PAUL GAULTIER

After a while returning to our favourites stripes. It’s navy , lively and organic.

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PAINTED EFFECTS

Sober lines and sober stripes in a very French way of making things right.

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ASYMMETRIC LOOK

And, at the end of the couch, when least expected, here’s the stripe touch.

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3 SHADES OF GREY

Adding color to is not the only way. You can add as much black as you like, obtaining shades and stripes of grey.
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STRIPES ON BOTH SIDES

They look elegant, static and just where they should be.
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THE STRIPE EFFECT IN WOODEN CEILLING

Narrow and long corridors go all the way to enter in a full color black wall.
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ALL KINDS OF STRIPES

Speaking of the stripes, here’s a whole family of the same white and blue seed.
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DELICATE BECOMING

A very gracious form in which stripes degrade their profile to something even more elegant.
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THE WRITING’S ON THE WALL

Confusing lines and confusing script. But still a non confusing stripe effect.
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ONE ONLY

One stripe only is exactly the final touch of a very gentleman’s room.