In BOHIn the new On Trend series, we’re asking creators to share their favorite current finds.
Move over, scribble, there’s a new free-spirited trend in town. After two years of being on our best behavior, we’re turning to playful speckled patterns to invigorate a space with texture and whimsy. Whether it’s post-consumer recycled rubber granules, pieces of marble used to create terrazzo, or ceramic and earthenware covered in glazed stains, the speckled markings bring a pop of color and a modernist touch to furniture and household items in abundance ”, explains the designer Keita Turner.
Inspired, we asked Turner and the designers Kellie burke and Ashley DeLapp to share three of their favorite sprinkle pieces and how to use them in a room.
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KEITA TURNER | DESIGN BY KEITA TURNER
Adored for her keen eye for color, Turner is no stranger to vibrant interiors. The New York-based designer approaches each project with a toolbox of bold hues, eye-catching patterns and clean silhouettes to create richly layered spaces that balance old-fashioned elegance with modern finesse.
Snow wallpaper by Hygge & West
“We used Hygge & West’s Snow wallpaper in a blue colourway to wrap around the walls of a home office on the top floor of a historic Brooklyn home. The speckled textured pattern is inspired by the appeal of Nordic winters and provides an ambiance of softly falling snowflakes to the interior spaces. It evokes the nostalgia of sitting in front of the window like a child, gazing in wonder at the first snowfall of the season. We love how it showcases the dramatic angles of this attic home office! “
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CYL rubber side table by Slash Objects
“The post-consumer recycled rubber particles used to make these tables give them the speckled appearance of terrazzo. This is a hand-cast concrete side table, which fuses a recycled rubber exterior, concrete table top, and brass inlay detail to create a unique and durable piece.
Courtesy of Slash Objects
Postmodern Ceramic Tea Cup Set at 1stDibs
“We were won over by this set of vintage ceramic tea cups hand carved in a blue speckled pattern. The postmodern design of this rare signed set will add a bit of chic to your next tea time.
Courtesy of 1stDibs
Courtesy of Kellie Burke
KELLIE BURKE | KELLIE BURKE INTERIORS
Burke strives to bridge the gap between luxury and roominess. Drawing inspiration from her travels around the world, the Hartford, Connecticut-based designer draws on heartwarming earth tones, classic patterns and unique antiques to create warm yet glamorous spaces that exude sophistication.
Poppy by Matouk
“I’m turning to Matouk for the most preppi version of this trend to add a touch of avant-garde chic to a bedroom. A sham is one of the easiest instant accessories for changing a room without breaking the budget.
Courtesy of Matouk
Schumacher Ink Splash Wallcovering
“I love Schumacher’s take on this trend. With its crisp white backdrop and bold splashes of primary colors, this wall covering is sure to spruce up any powder room. Being bold in a small space is one of my favorite things to do in a home, and this product fits the bill!
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Christopher Spitzmiller Buatta Blue Splatter Table Lamp at Visual Comfort
“Lighting is a great way to catch the trend! This Christopher Spitzmiller lamp from Visual Comfort is both stylish and fun, while the blue finish has an artisanal yet timeless sophistication.
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ASHLEY DELAPP | INTERIOR DESIGN ASHLEY DELAPP
DeLapp is not afraid to mix aesthetic styles in a space. Whether she pairs a mid-century modern sofa with a Hollywood Regency-style side table or hangs modern art in a traditional bedroom, the Charlotte, NC-based designer uses a range vintage and contemporary elements to create pieces of character and soul.
Rose Gold Ceramic Patch Glass Wall Tile by The Tile Shop
“I’m obsessed with this tile! Not only does it have a random metallic design, but the saturated color options are perfect. I would use them to cover a shower. Since this is a square tile, I would install them in a straight stack pattern for a modern look. Seeing them every morning would be a fun way to wake up!
Courtesy of the Tile Shop
Flat plate 1948 by Jonathan Adler
“I love setting a festive table, and this plate would enhance any dinner party. I imagine these layers with vintage porcelain and colorful glassware to really set an eclectic table.
Courtesy of Jonathan Adler
Pollock II Wallpaper by Soicher Marin Studio
“This wallpaper is super whimsical and could be used in any room in the house. The pattern is large enough for impact, but not too heavy for it to take over. I would use it to cover the ceiling of a playroom or all the walls of a powder room.
Courtesy of Soicher Marin Studio
Photo of the home page: A home office designed by Keita Turner, with Snow wallpaper in blue by Hygge & West | Land of David; courtesy of Keita Turner Design