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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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  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.

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


    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!

    Charles Tang

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


  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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