jane rovers

I’ve been in a weird Art Deco phase lately. For some reason, that’s an era I was never drawn to before, but now I find it creeping in, nestled somewhere between my love of geometric prints and inky navy blues. These prints by Jane Rovers were inspired by Art Deco designs (Jane says she’s always wanted to be a 1920s flapper) combined with my favorite look: a modern geometric feel. Each of these pieces is now available at her Etsy shop, with prices ranging from $26–$32 each. Geometry is a huge theme for this morning’s posts, so if you’re into the look, stay tuned. There are plenty more coming . . . xo, grace

More images of Jane’s work continue after the jump . . .

  1. Jamie Galley says:

    I’ve never been a huge art deco fan either, but these are a fun and refreshing take on that era. Love them!

  2. Nia Bassett says:

    I hope Jane looks into making these into rugs.


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