Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Art Inspiration: Silk Scarves

I can never get enough of seeing a framed silk scarf, don't they just draw you in? I wish I could visit these rooms to take a closer look at the unique and intricate designs.


This one was cut up into two pieces and then framed- genius! 


This might be on my list of things to do someday. These are prints from the book, The Hermes Scarf. If you don't have the real thing, might as well frame one of these beauties.


So feminine and chic.




And if you aren't into framing your scarves, stitch them into throw pillows! Use two different scarves on each side and change your look as desired.



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So, who is pulling out those old silk scarves tucked away in your drawer?!

What's inspiring you today? 


PS- my painted buffet table got a little more love at Mod Vintage Life- check out the feature here! Thanks Nita!! 

10 comments:

thecoffeehouse said...

this is such a great idea. my MIL sews and we have several scarves from our mammaw that would be perfect for this... hmmm.

Dana Frieling said...

So much better to appreciate a scarf in a frame rather than shove it in the back of a drawer! Pretty inspiration pics, Katie.

Ashley {styleash} said...

I think framing scarves is one of the easiest/budget friendly additions to a home you can make. So chic!

Hilliary@Brunch and Cupcakes said...

I love the framed silk scarves! I would love to do something like this for my apartment

Jill @ ACharmedLife said...

oh my goodness; totally swooning over the hermes scarf prints. one day when i have a house, that is totally happening!!

pam {simple details} said...

Those inspiration pics are to die for, great post, Katie! Congrats on another feature, heading to check it out1 :)

Oh Sunnie Day said...

I love those pink elephant ones. Such a cute idea. I've got quite the collection of scarves to go through!

xx

jen

Alexa said...

I have so many silk scarves. This is great inspiration!

Fashion Meets Food said...

Oh my goodness I love this! I have so many silk scarves I definitely need to do this! xo

Kate @ Daffodils said...

I have vintage sailboat scarves in B's nursery. They are so cute and will definitely grow with him (or easily be used in another room of the house).

Ill email you tonight about the dates I am in NC!