Wednesday, May 2, 2012

HOLDING PATTERN

Alan Campbell's Zig Zag pattern is a modern classic.  Fresh and slightly irreverent, the bold pattern takes even a mundane dining chair to new heights. I recently used the pattern in a rich chocolate for chairs in an apartment dining area. The room features two walls of wrap around windows with river views and the punchy print anchors the space without diminishing the stunning view. With seven bright colorways, the Zig Zag possibilities are endless!


other fabulous zig zag spaces...



13 comments:

quintessence said...

I love this pattern - as you say, so very versatile. But then again, I love almost everything from Quadrille!!

jeanette from everton terrace said...

I've never really taken to the zig zag but I do like it in those dining chairs - small doses for me I guess :)

The enchanted home said...

Love it!! Each and every color is exquisite, it is decorative but still allows the ability to bring in other patterns/colors...a definite classic. Have a great day Barbara!

Splendid Sass said...

I love it! The vermillion is my favorite!
Happy Wednesday.
Teresa
xoxo

Acquired Objects said...

Those dining room chairs are gorgeous and look as though thy would go in most settings. Love the black almost like a zebra.

XX
Debra~

michele said...

zigzaggy and sexy too!

ooh la la.

smiles to you.

michele

Taylor Greenwalt said...

Love these images. Just enough color and pattern.

zanetastyle said...

What a great print! Love the blue colour and the wallpaper version for kids/ boys room, I did green colour for my son's bedroom and love it ... thanks Z

zanetastyle said...

What a great print! Love the blue colour and the wallpaper version for kids/ boys room, I did green colour for my son's bedroom and love it ... thanks Z

Kim@Chattafabulous said...

The Alan Campbell zigzag is more sophisticated than some - but still has just enough whimsy!

Splendid Market said...

I like it. It fits into any setting, it geometrical and tribal, interesting, but not overwhelming. Love the chocolate brown.

The French Hutch said...

I love this pattern but I've always shied away from it. I love how you use it in the space in front of the windows. Great inspiration here, and the colors are gorgeous!

~Emily
the French Hutch

Donna said...

Love this pattern, and I absolutely love the green room!!! Fabulous!

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