Home Decorating 1 Rug, 12 Ways: Tattersall

1 Rug, 12 Ways: Tattersall

Chic, classic, and just right for a holiday home, this black & white rug elevates every space.

Lindsay Nead didn’t settle for a utilitarian look in her Portland laundry room. Punches of black courtesy of a DIY chalkboard, barn-style light fixtures, and our Tattersall runner give this space contrast and a decidedly modern farmhouse vibe.

The team behind Minnesota’s Bria Hammel Interiors say it’s no secret that they are suckers for a clean, bright kitchen. In this design, a charming plaid runner, vintage-style pendants, and a collection of cutting boards warm up the space and give classic white cabinetry a style boost.

A strong pattern can ground a voluminous space. Texas-based Instagrammer @keely.mann shows how in her artfully-arranged entryway focussed around a Tattersall runner

Northlight Interiors in Sumner, Washington designs spaces that are meant to be lived in—by both people and pets. Here, a Tattersall area rug brings a punch of pattern to a deliciously traditional white kitchen. Because it’s an indoor/outdoor material, it’ll stand up to sink splashes and this family’s beloved pup.

Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Vernich Interiors knows how to design a kitchen with traditional touches that still feels 100-percent of the moment. The brass accents, black hood, and multiple plaids –on the windows and the floor– take the kitchen from safe to wonderfully edgy.

New Jersey’s Stonington Brothers are known for their jaw-droppingly gorgeous kitchens. Their mastery of millwork shines in every space, but they are also experts at the finishing touches that make a luxe cook space feel like home – including worn, wooden cutting boards, personal art, and cozy rugs underfoot.

A crisp, graphic textile is a wonderful foil to well-loved and patina-ed finds. Here, black and white plaid help bring a thrifted collection of furnishings “into the 21st century” in the home of Avery Michaels, the blogger behind Holland Avenue Home.

Mom of four Carrie J. describes her style as a  “li’l bit retro.” She’s also the master of upscale farmhouse style, as this chic mudroom proves. Here, a soft blue paint gives the millwork depth, and the plaid rug contrasts boldly with the patterned tile beneath. 

The Australian behind the @hamptonstyle_countryhome describes her style as being inspired by the Hamptons, but we spy a touch of cosmopolitan jet-setter thrown into the mix in this room. 

Create a cozy vibe with a natural woven headboard, vintage bedside table, and a classic cottagey plaid like Maryal Miller Carter, the Instagrammer behind the @loveandspecs account, did here.

Interior Designer Libby Barne, founder of Piper Gray Designs in Denver, Colorado, used a large-sized Tattersall to create a graphic underlayer for a mostly-neutral transitional family room.

This office designed by the Illinois-based Nutch Design Co. shows how good design can make working from home more pleasurable. A well-designed space that is comfortable, stylish, and organized supports your career ambitions.

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