I have been on a little bit of a hiatus which has included some seriously busy work days and also a few Netflix-binge days (I am all about that balance). But I am back with a new round-up! I have been getting in touch with the trends out there and have come across one that I can totally get on board with. It is all about Scalloped Detailing when it comes to home decor, interior design and personal style. This trend is absolutely everywhere! What I love about it is that it can be done in a very contemporary way as well as how we classically know the pattern.
We are seeing scalloped detail in patterns, in hemlines, and in overall design. No longer does a scalloped edge have to feel cutesy or outdated. Now it is being applied in a much stronger and statement-worthy fashion. For instance above we have a staple item, the area rug. This West Elm Scallop Wool Rug showcases strong curved lines which boasts modern flair. It is a statement piece without being overly bold and while still maintaining practicality for a living space. Then we have the Lotus wall covering by Farrow and Ball. It is a personal favourite of mine (So stunning am I right!?). It adds some tropical pattern to a space with its leaflike pattern but also maintains a classic pattern repeat that can be seen in a scalloped design. These wall coverings are seriously luxurious with there beautiful texture and rich colours (I am so in love!).
Then we have the traditional take on scalloped details and thats with simple edging or hems. I will always love this since it adds some subtle yet feminine style. These appetizer plates by Rosanna are so fun with the edging and metallic detail (I am such a sucker for gold detailing). These would make such a great addition for entertaining serve ware. I have collected some more of my favourite Scalloped products below. Follow the links to shop your favourites!
Adding this trend into the home and into your wardrobe will definitely keep you on trend and have you owning it style-wise (slayyyy). The scalloped detail trend is so fun and allows you to play with pattern and texture in a whole new way. Try it out this season and let’s keep this trend going!