This spring’s scallop edging is nothing short of pretty. While loving our crisp clean lines here at Jigsaw, sometimes a girl just needs a little flair or extra feminine touch. This girlie and yet streamline sitting room is clearly ladylike in blush and black, but the scallop boarder along the curtain’s edge adds cache to the overall look of the room.
If your not sure how to introduce the look into your space but you know you want it, try sheets or even a full bedding set with flirty scallop edges. Kate Spade offers bedding that is stylish for the more modern girl. Featured here is the Piedmont Park Duvet Cover by Kate Spade New York. Sheets trimmed in scalloped edges look like layers of lace for the ultimate feminine touch yet still tailored and crisp.
Want the scallop look to wow? The striking look of wallpaper for a feature wall is a grand idea. The Jigsaw Designers love wallpaper for adding drama to a space. The black and white scallop wallpaper below with black lacquer dresser gives a striking art deco feel that we can’t help but feel inspired by.
Furniture with scalloped edges create lines interesting for the eye to follow. While scalloped furniture can play well in most settings we love a scallop edge table to play up a Hollywood Regency look with vintage French chairs, or a modern look with banquet seating. A scallop couch can go shabby chic or Moroccan depending on the accessories and direction of the room.
Whether you’re dressing up a laundry room with a scalloped edge trim, or a throw pillow to your chaise lounge, it’s the finishing touches that make the difference. Check out some of our favorite accessories that will complete your dainty look from MacKenzie-Childs dishes to elegantly shaped mirrors.
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