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Trendwatch: Chevron Pattern

March 26, 2010

I got a request from a loyal reader to feature a trend she’s been seeing and loving everywhere- the chevron- a zig-zag line pattern, kind of a simplified herringbone. I’ve been seeing it too, and I’ve got to agree- it’s bold, it’s daring, it’s awesome! There are a lot of great things popping up in this pattern, and this is great news for you crafty home trenders! If you’re digging it too, this could be a great afternoon of DIY fun, whether it’s refreshing a desktop or a tray, or taping off an accent wall, you can totally pull this one off this weekend! Here are some ideas to get the juices flowing, and some helpful resources for getting this big bang into your room for just a buck or two. Fashion often crosses into interiors and vice versa. I’m not sure where this one started, but I’ll give you a sampling of each!

This first one is such a cool wall created by Stephanie at Sabbe Interior Design who explains on her blog exactly how to do it. With contact paper. In an hour! Wow, that’s design savvy.

via Craftzine

Diane Bergeron Interiors Via House of Turquoise

Pottery Barn Via Room Remix

via House of Turquoise

Chevron hardwood floor, Via Nest

Designer Nick Olson's apartment, via BellaSugar

DIY canvases (with instructions!), via Make Under My Life

DIY chevron projects from Sunset Magazine

Project Pretty takes Sunset's inspiration to her pretty little tray

West Elm Zig Zag Rug

Twinkle Living Zig Zag Brown Bedding From Design Public

Twinkle Living Zig Zag Pillow In Seafoam & White From Design Public

Rubie Green zig zag pattern Via The Haystack Needle < love her blog!

And as for the fashion finds, this skirt didn’t make it into the collage, but I have to include it anyway for my dear friend Kimberly, who adores all things J. Crew right now.

J.Crew chevron-stripe trouser mini Via My Style Lounge

1.  Carrie Dress From Modcloth via StyleHive

2.  Diane Von Furstenberg Brygid Dress from Saks Fifth Avenue

3.  Washed Stretch Georgette Della Chevron Dress From Bloomingdales

4.  Printed Neoclassic Small Handbag From Balenciaga

5.  Monochromatic Corset Dress From Anthropologie

6.  Maillot One Piece Swimsuit From Ladrama Queen on Etsy

7.  Mirrored Clutch from Kenneth Cole via Couture Carrie

8. Shoshanna purple chevron silk tie-waist ruffle top From Bluefly

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Kim permalink
    March 26, 2010 2:48 pm

    I like the artwork above the pottery barn design. Red is so intriguing. As for J. Crew, it is awesome! Too bad no maternity department. 😉

  2. March 28, 2010 8:27 am

    I love this trend and you have collected some amazing pics here! That blue bathroom is TO DIE FOR. My favorite chevron patter in fashion will always be the french Goyard bags 🙂

    Thanks for visiting Bardot in Blue, so happy you visit has led me to your beautiful blog here!

    xoxo bardot in blue

  3. Kelly B permalink
    April 1, 2010 1:59 pm

    How about this “chevron pattern” – http://www.woodstarproducts.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=65_69&products_id=206

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