We’ve been seeing them pop up on Instagram from our favorite tastemakers, and slowly but surely, we’re finding tons in stock at home decor stores. It’s time to call it: this vintage trend is making its way back onto bedside tables and eclectically styled consoles in 2019.
In 2018, we finally saw the resurgence of gingham. What seemingly started with sleek Reformation dresses and silk bandanas has now made its way back into interiors, and we couldn’t be more excited. This 500-year-old pattern is one of the most versatile prints of all time — it plays well with any interior design style, from rustic and traditional to modern and minimalistic.
When everyone around us, in life or just on Instagram, seems to be striving for perfection, it’s refreshing to see someone embodying imperfection. Embracing the clutter. Enter: artist Ansley Givhan. We think she could teach us all a little bit about the art of discovering oneself, doing something just for you, and embracing exactly who you are, unashamed, mess and all.