Lace: Surface Trend

Lace: Surface Trend

Inspired by the traditional process of lacemaking, these contemporary textiles, flooring, tiles and wall coverings bring the intricacy and elegance of lace to interior surfaces.

Until Dawn by Tord Boontje for Artecnica

Famed for his intricate cut designs, Dutch designer Tord Boontje has created numerous lace-like textiles throughout his career. Examples include his ‘Fallen Flowers’ curtain for Moroso (top) made from Laser cut microfibre and his Tyvek ‘Until Dawn’ curtain for Artecnica (above).

Interlace design on Alcott kitchen sink by Kohler

Inspired by late 19th-century European architectural facades, the Interlace design adorns the front apron of Kohler’s wide, single-basin Alcott kitchen sink.

Boutique Lace by Marcel Wanders for Moooi

Delicate layers of lace are translated into an upholstery design by Dutch designer Marcel Wanders for his own brand Moooi.

Jewel wallpaper by Julien Macdonald for Graham & Brown

Inspired by 1930s lace appliqu©, the luxurious Jewel wallpaper by Julien Macdonald for Graham & Brown is finished with shimmering metallic embellishments and holographic glitter.

Lace fence by Demakersvan

A beautiful meeting between craft and industry, Dutch Design House Demakersvan have been creating their elaborate wire lace fences since 2005. Suitable for anything from fencing, staircase railings, room dividers, to balcony railings and building facades, the Lace Fence is brought to the United States and Canada exclusively through Droog.

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