September 8, 2011
Filed under Dining Room
Pattern and texture are important in decorating considerations. Your color choices ultimately affect your choice of fabrics, furniture and accessories. Our services also include painted floors and murals. The black and white diamond pattern is a very traditional style that compliments either a country or contemporary style for your home.
This checkerboard floorcloth is featured in a home in Brooklyn, New York. The black and white checkerboard floorcloth makes a statement in the formal dining room and enhances the mural depicting the Hudson River Valley.
Early American Floorcloths was featured in this 2007 Country Living Magazine issue . . . with our very striking Ochre Pattern Floorcloth. Records for the house date back to 1830 so this pattern anchored the room very well and provided great color!
Great early design — Bump Tavern Floorcloth!
Just in time for a Summer make over – our compass floorcloth! It will refresh your dining room or entryway by simply adding some color!
Please call us with any questions regarding our floor coverings or accessories at: 1-757-695-3282.
We have been busy with research . . . having the luxury of being located in a historic area such as Colonial Williamsburg, we have done extensive research at the John D. Rockefeller Library. We are pleased to announce our new collection of twenty designs from John Carwitham’s publicaion “Various Kinds of Floor Decorations” . [...]
Featured above is one of our original designs we created over fifteen years ago! It is a very intricate pattern and the design can be used in a traditional or historic setting. This photo was taken at the Lawrence Crouse Workshop, Kearneysville, West Virginia and is courtesy of the Lawrence Crouse Workshop.