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I know I can’t be the only one obsessed with the shape of Arabesque.  These days it is pretty easy to find.  From fabrics and wall paper to rugs and even tile.  I didn’t realize how deep my obsession was until I started to look through a few of my project images…I may need an intervention or maybe I should keep on using it! The soft shape is very soothing, yet modern without being too trendy. Here are a few of my favorite Arabesque pieces, I still have the Kyle Bunting rug on my “to-do” list! Enjoy!

 

 

Image Via: Kyle Bunting

 

Image Via: California Home Design

 

 

Image Via: Clarke & Clarke

 


Image Via:  Studio Ten 25

 

Image Via: Studio Ten 25

 

Image Via: Shop

 

Image Via: Studio Ten 25

 

Image Via: Windsor Smith for Kravet

 

Image Via: Studio Ten 25

 

 

Image Via: Shop

 

Image Via: Studio Ten 25

 

 

My latest adventure with Arabesque is with Ann Sacks Nottingham Ceramic Art Tile. We are using it in the ivory color way for a kitchen backsplash. It’s on the truck and on the way, can’t way to share pictures!

 

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7 Comments

  1. Very exciting, just took a look at the rugs you sell…Love the one shown here and the chevron! I am going to check my measurements, cuz it may have found a new home! The chair done in Winsdor Smith’s Riad is beautiful!

  2. I love the arabesque pattern, so classic and chic!! Loved all the products you shared.

    http://www.donnaviningblog.com

  3. Yummy! Love the textiles and the rugs…great posts! (as usual)

  4.  
    Adrienne

    Where did you purchase the drape fabric in peacock in the bedroom. I assume they are custom made?

  5. Hi Adrienne,
    Yes, the drapery fabric was purchased from a trade only fabric company. If you are interested in more colors or pricing just shoot me an email, I would love to help.
    Thank you!
    Abbe
    abbe@studioten25.com

  6.  
    Charles Tang

    Hi! Could you tell me the make / name of the second arabesque (green) tile you posted?
    Thanks!

    -Charles

  7. Love your site. So creative. I am actually going to be using the Ann Sachs tile you have posted (in the blue) for the back splash in my kitchen. I’m going to be pairing it with a darker wood cabinet. I’m having a hard time with the counter top color. Any suggestions??????

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