I've had mauves, cranberries, these rich colors on the mind lately. A little bit of that came out in my children's book illustrations post from the other day showing Jamberry. I remembered that I had this art print in my Etsy favorites and thought it was perfect as my cranberry/Jamberry inspiration.
Etsy seller Tabitha Brown
Where might this geometric print be hanging? Where would you hang this piece of artwork? I thought it would be great in an office or entryway. It's quite bold so I went with the idea of taking a serious approach (read: in a library/study or reading room) or a sassy approach (read: fun, playful, female loft living).
And here is my interpretation for today's pattern play...
Do you see where I was going with this? Two very different looks, aren't they? I guess that's part of the fun for me is picking an inspiration piece and then coming up with two very different looks to satisfy different tastes and personalities.
Hope you enjoyed this one and let me know what you like about it (it's okay not to like something too. I always appreciate constructive feedback and opinions).
Sources: Greek key pillow, striped fabric, crimson fabric, floral fabric, geometric fabric, ikat pillow (my current crush thank you Kelly Wearstler). Paint color: Sherwin Williams SW6007 Smart White
PS - I attempted to make cupcakes using an egg substitute (Sprite) and it was a total fail (insert sad face). Guess I'll be making a quick stop at Whole Foods on the way to school today. Sheila's class is doing cupcakes for a birthday and Sheila can't have eggs so the teachers were nice enough to let me know so I could provide an alternative for her.