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sneak peek: best of patterned floors

by anne


I’ve always had a thing for patterned floors. I think they remind me of my travels and how different patterns can have different meanings. It’s fun to think of the floor as an accessory that helps to bring furniture alive. We’ve seen a wide range of floors in the sneak peeks, but today’s Best Of is a look at some fun alternatives. — Anne

Image above: The dining room in the Barcelona home of Lisi and Alex


Image above: Enrique Arellano and Libia Moreno’s entryway in their Mexico City home


Image above: Catherine Weis’ hand-painted floors

There are 20 more patterned floors after the jump!


Image above (and the two below): The amazing patterns in the Marrakesh home of Caitlin and Samuel of Popham Design


Image above: Entry hall in the Paris apartment of Elodie Laleous


Image above: Kajsa Aronsson’s colorful kitchen


Image above: Kimberly Austin’s hexagon-tiled kitchen floor


Image above: Ramin Shamshiri’s kitchen leads out to a courtyard, where the family spends most of their time.


Image above: Elisabeth Dunker’s Swedish kitchen


Image above: Jessica Helgerson uses tiles to create a reverse border treatment.


Image above: Karen Barlow’s polka dot Cath Kidston stair runner and salvaged tile floor from an old cinema foyer


Image above: The Barcelona “office” of Lila & Tom


Image above: Detail of the same floor at Lila & Tom, where each pattern resembles a rug


Image above: Max Wanger’s black and white kitchen floor


Image above: Caitlin Mociun’s big checkboard floor


Image above: Faux woodgrain bathroom floor in the home of Angela and Barkley of Post 27


Image above: A subtle touch on Raina Kattelson’s daughter’s floor


Image above: Sandra Haischberger’s open kitchen


Image above: Alyn Carlson and Paul Clancy’s striped floor

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