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The simple pairing of the boldest and most demur takes center stage in any room. There is no way to ignore the presence of red and white stripes. They are particularly striking on upholstered pieces, modern or traditional.
The beguiling bones of a French bergere chair (featured in the book, Matisse at Villa Le Reve) upholstered in peppermint stripes are trés charmant.
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You simply cannot turn around without seeing red striped, French grain sacks in online shops and in stores everywhere. This vintage staple has been crafted into pillows and used to cover soft goods of every imaginable kind. I love it, but enough is enough!
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Sweet stripes on Provencal furnishings proves that less is more. It's just the right touch to add character without overwhelming.
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Red and white stripes feel right at home with beach bungalow decor. Interestingly they carry the same 'weight' as the blue used throughout.
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Love the details in the bath above. The rug makes this vintage-inspired room come alive.
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If its brash personality is too much on a large scale, smaller red stripes paired with an ivory-toned white still makes its presence known, but with a much quieter voice. The masculine accessories give this space the design 'cred' it deserves!