Array Spring 2018

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StyleRadar Chintz makes a comeback, but not always how you’d expect!

By Bébé Howorth

No need for fresh flowers in the powder room Ashley Woodson Bailey with “Dutch Love” and “Into the Garden” wallpapers, $8.40 per square foot bradley-usa.com, Suite 802 These whimsical wallcoverings will give the tiny nook a feminine touch 24-7. Unlike traditional chintz, printed on cotton or linen, Ashley Woodson Bailey creates her own floral arrangements, photographs them, and transforms them into wallpaper. With anemones, peonies, and ranunculus bouquets, her “Into the Garden” print is a softer version of Bailey’s most popular design, “Dutch Love” which has largescale arrangements bursting over a black background.

It’s always tea time The Shell Garden Floral Collection Teacups, $85 each richardcohencollection.com, Suite 801 With these cups there’s always time for tea. They’re not fabric, but the Halycon Days teacups take a page from chintz with rims that were inspired by the gardens of the Castle of Mey, Queen Elizabeth’s home in Caithness, Scotland.

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