Roundup: Modern Takes on Traditional Lace

Roundup: Modern Takes on Traditional Lace

Jess Watson
Oct 29, 2009

I'm generally a "no frills" kind of gal so lace has never really been my thing, but these new interpretations on old lace are something I could get behind. In small doses, these accessories adorned with lacy patterns could add just the right amount of traditional vintage femininity to your home while safely avoiding the dreaded doily overload.

TOP ROW (from left to right):

1 - Cameo Lace Chair, available at Anthropologie, $2,495.

2 - Etched Stainless Steel Designs by Mo Man Tie, read more on Susie's post.

3 - Wonkiware Large Dinner Plate in Black Lace, available at the Conran Shop, $48.

4 - Handprinted Lace Trim Wallpaper by Flavor Paper, available at Anthropologie, $198.

5 - Lace Grove Container, available at Anthropologie, $24.

BOTTOM ROW (from left to right):

1 - Chilewich Pressed Vinyl Crochet Placemat, available in black, ash and white at Velocity Art and Design, $6.

2 - Lace Pedestal Jewelry Stand, available at Urban Outfitters, $18.

3 - Bobbin Lace Napkin, available at Anthropologie, $10.

4 - Blue Fluted Half Lace Bowl on Foot, available at Zinc Details, $310.

5 - Ebony Lace Wallpaper by Catherine Martin, available at Anthropologie, $198.

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