Striping Your Walls

We are excited to be offering stripes, also referred to as “strips,” as a quick and convenient way to easily change or update your interior space. Signature color strips from The Karen Robertson Collection can be combined with different widths and or colors for your own personalized stripe design. We see endless possibilities. Here are just a few interior striping inspirations from Houzz, which has the most abundant visuals.

Casart has single “strips” that can be combined to create a multi-striped look in complementary or similar tone colors. In fact, any of our designs could be ordered as individual stripes as a custom design and all our Casart colors and designs can be custom color matched.

 I like how Jennifer Bishop goes even further to show how stripes can be mixed with patterns in her ideabook: Pattern Play – Mixing Prints with Patterns.

patterns-prints-Jennifer-Bishop_houzz, as seen on Slipcovers for your walls, casartblog

There are so many uses for stripes: traditional vertical, modern horizontal, covering unusual surfaces like doors and furniture, bold or subtle, variation of widths and color and mixing stripes with patterns.

We’ll leave you with a just a couple of combos to think about from The Karen Robertson Collection. Check back on our website, as we’ll soon be offering 33 different colored stripes and more coordinating patterns to mix and match.

Orange Monkey Knot - Karen Robertson Collection, on slipcovers for your walls, casartblog

Orange Monkey Knot – Karen Robertson Collection

     casart-KRC-Solids_sunset orange stripe, as seen on Slipcovers for your walls, casartblog

Neutral Crabnet Knot & Oyster stripe – Karen Robertson Collection below.

casart-KRC-neutral-crabnet-knot, as seen on Slipcovers for your walls, casartblog

 casart-KRC-Solids_oyster-stripe, as seen on Slipcovers for your walls, casartblog

— Ashley

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  • Okay, gimme my stripes! 🙂

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