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best of: stripes

by Amy Azzarito


I think if you took a vote from the d*s team, stripes would rank pretty high on the list of all time favorite patterns. They are so easily incorporated into every style of decor and just add the perfect little pop of color. I searched through the Sneak Peek Archives to find my favorite examples of stripes in homes! Let’s just say it was a little hard narrowing down the field. –Amy A

(pssst! Don’t miss the other best ofs! Best of Entryways, Best of Chandeliers, Best of Bedrooms, Best of Clawfoot Tubs, Best of Cats and Best of Dogs!)

Image above: Lara Collins’ Fredericksburg, Texas house is also home to two beagles, several milk goats and a cow fromsneak peek: lara collins


Image above: Stripes in Annette Joseph’s summer home in the Cinque Terre from sneak peek: annette joseph


Image above: Bright yellow in the Angela Hardison’s Arizona bedroom from sneak peek: angela hardison


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Image above: The striped stair carpet by Crucial Trading hides the signs of pets and kids! from sneak peek: maxine sutton


Image above: The rug and striped pillows in the living room are vintage pieces from Marrakech that came to Cambridge, Massachusetts via Berlin from, Elgarafi from sneak peek: nadja lavin


Image above: The wallpaper from Rayeurs by Elitis from Jeffrey Michaels & Co was installed horizontally in sneak peek: rosy levy


Image above: A chair is from Scout, a fantastic spot to find rehabbed vintage wares in Chicago from sneak peek: sara and michael hunter


The striped rug in this Seattle living room is the perfect spot for one of Ally’s two dogs to relax from sneak peek: ally of from the right bank to the left coast


Striped Ikea rug in this Brooklyn bedroom from sneak peek: lisa maycock of vena cava


Image above: Striped rug in this summer home in Ghent New York from sneak peek: eric teng


Image above: The blue and white bedspread gives the bedroom a nautical feel from sneak peek: joel fitzpatrick


Image above: Red and white striped curtains in Vivian and John’s Atlanta home from sneak peek: john and vivian of square feet studio


Image above: A striped bedspread in Ghent, Belgium from sneak peek: caroline de winter


Image above: Striped wallpaper in this Swedish bedroom from sneak peek: hetta


Image above: Neisha Crosland’s โ€œcandy stripeโ€ wallpaper from sneak peek: karen barlow


Image above: Striped pillow from sneak peek: max & linda of wallter


Image above: Joy Thigpen hand-painted rainbow stripes in her daughter’s Atlanta bedroom from sneak peek: joy thigpen


Image above: A 1930s therapist chair covered in an antique Mexican rug from sneak peek: elisa carlucci


Image above:ย  The blue striped suede bedding was handmade from a remnant bolt from sneak peek: corbin lee gurkin


Image above: The striped chair pops in the neutral living room from sneak peek: kelly moseley

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