Décor Dictionary: Houndstooth

Large scale Houndstooth patterns are seriously trendy. I just love the big, beautiful, inky blue Houndstooth fabric from Tessa Proudfoot (the pic on the left)

Houndstooth:   is a duotone textile pattern characterized by broken checks or abstract four-pointed shapes that originated in the Scottish Lowlands. Historically Houndstooth was woven in wool, with a rather small pattern scale, in the traditional black-and-white colourway. Today, it is woven or printed in a wide variety of fabric, scale and colour. A large pattern scale Houndstooth is considered more contemporary.

Images via: Tessa Proudfoot (left) and Annilygreen (right)

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Posted on February 17, 2012, in Décor Diva, Decor, Decorating Dictionary, Design, Fabrics and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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