good reads: rebecca atwood’s living with pattern.
by victoria comment

8/30/16

good reads: rebecca atwood's living with pattern. / sfgirlbybay

textile designer Rebecca Atwood is debuting her first book today, Living with Pattern: Color, Texture and Print at Home and is it ever a beautiful book she should be truly very proud of. Pattern is a tool to share your story, and in her new book, Rebecca helps us discover how to do this. how to create a home that’s livable, layered, and interesting, and most importantly a reflection of your personal history and taste. pattern can be personal and genuine, not just trendy — and the book helps you translate your story and what you love into your home environment, looking at the relationship between color, texture and pattern, and building a palette and pairing patterns to make a cohesive collection within your home. Living with Pattern: Color, Texture and Print at Home encourages us to create homes that are rich, multidimensional, and truly unique. the book’s photography is stunning, and of course, i had to share images of my favorite hues — the pinks, the blushes and the neutrals — but rebecca’s book covers so many more palettes — one that i’m sure will speak to you. included in the book are also some of Rebecca’s favorite shopping resources, and some fun DIY projects, like the sweet polka-dot print pillows below. it’s definitely one book you’ll want in your design library.

color palette inspiration from rebecca atwood's living with pattern book / sfgirlbybay

rebecca atwood's living with pattern book / sfgirlbybaybedroom inspiration from rebecca atwood's "living with pattern". / sfgirlbybaybedding inspiration from rebecca atwood's book, living with pattern. / sfgirlbybay colorful decor inspiration via rebecca atwood's living with pattern. / sfgirlbybay  colorful textiles from rebecca atwood's book, living with pattern. / sfgirlbybay chic, colroful bedroom decor via rebecca atwood's living with pattern. / sfgirlbybay good reads: rebecca atwood's living with pattern. / sfgirlbybay mismatched pillows and rug via rebecca atwood's book, living with pattern. / sfgirlbybay

• photography courtesy of Living with Pattern: Color, Texture and Print at Home.

12 responses to “good reads: rebecca atwood’s living with pattern.”

  1. Love this!!! My house is full of patterns. I never tire of them and because the space is filled with things I love, it works somehow. Like an outfit. Like art.

    Love this book! Thanks for sharing. :)

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