Nowadays we are propelling Circular 2 of my backdrop collection with A Road Prints.
For this circular, we stuck to the classics, beginning with a straightforward stripe in Blue Heather, Naval force, Green and a idealize Taupe. Our plan group at EGD is continuously seeking out for a striped paper – something that includes intrigued but isn’t as well strong, and isn’t so little that it gets to be bewildering when it’s introduced. I truly accept the scale and fragile lines of the Oliver Straightforward Stripe are culminate, and they combine so perfectly with the plans from our unique collection!
Oliver Straightforward Stripe in Naval force / Photo by Jessica Delaney
Oliver Straightforward Stripe in Blue Heather / Photo by Michael J. Lee
Whereas backdrop is ordinarily introduced vertically, this could too be introduced horizontally.
And don’t disregard the 5th divider (AKA the ceiling)! The Oliver Straightforward Stripe in Blue Heather superbly complements our Pack paper, seen here in its namesake’s nursery.
We moreover included an all-neutral adaptation of our Wellesley backdrop, including both warm and cool tones of taupe, beige and gray.
As I said, all of these modern plans complement the first collection – here’s how I would match them!