Oct 19, 2011

Quintessentially Quatrefoil!

By: Amy Atlas, in Sweet Styling Tricks

 

1. necklace 2. lamp 3. bedding 4.pillow 5. plate 6. urn 7. table 8. table 9. tray 10. chair 11. rug 12. cookies 13. cake

The Amy Atlas crew loves a quatrefoil pattern so we’re studying it today on Sweet Designs.  This curvy clove-like pattern looks gorgeous in bold colors like hot pink and orange. You can see that the pattern so often seen in interiors and fashion also looks beautiful on desserts. We love our friend Liz’s quatrefoil cake and the quatrefoil cookies.  The lucite tray, china, and urn would work well to dress up your party space for a quatrefoil designed party.  I’m personally in love with the rug and tables.  The grasscloth table above comes in lots of colors and surfaces, too.  Hope you enjoyed taking a look at quatrefoil!

For a look at more of our design boards, look here, here, and here.

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  • Saw Quatrefoil curtains I LOVED on a TV show and couldn’t, for the life of me, find out what the actual pattern was called. Quatrefoil! Thank you so much!

  • This is my favourite pattern because of the contrast. I’ve seen it stenciled on walls in a metallic hue in the same color family as the underlying paint and it is really pretty.

  • very cool pattern.

  • I just love Quatrefoil almost as much as Chevron…I especially love the Quatrefoil pattern on a cookie. Adorable!

  • Freaking out here… I’m so excited to see my cookies among the quatrefoil beauties here on your blog. Thanks so much for the feature and for all the inspiration! I am in love with this pattern and can’t seem to get enough. I think that urn is calling my name!

  • Gayle Panter

    I absolutely LOVE Quatrefoils!!!! And so do about 200,000 of my Phi Mu Sisters!! The quatrefoil is the shape of our Phi Mu Badge.

  • Oh, loved your board and I’ve got this linked to my quatrefoil post too today – for inspiration!

  • Love your roundup of quatrefoil projects so I included it in my roundup of crafty quatrefoil projects here. Feel free to check it out and hope you like it!

    -Mel the Crafty Scientist