Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Crazy for Plaid: Tartan!

There’s nothing quite as cozy or welcoming as a touch of plaid, particularly around the holidays. The season’s favorite pattern reigns supreme in our roundup of tartan spaces!

Martha Stewart

Tartans and plaids are historically associated with Scottish clans, particularly the Highlanders during the medieval period. While the terms “tartan” and “plaid” are interchangeable as fabric names today, tartans actually signify a Scottish family’s clan, while plaids are now considered “blankets” or “cloaks” in Scotland that are worn as kilts.


Rich mahogany, dark finishes, and bold patterns give this bathroom a distinctly masculine feel.

Jbanks blog

How about some preppy plaid underfoot via these cute Flor tiles?

Nothing says Christmas in our house quite as well as plaid jammies! Add the dog? Come on- Cozy!
LLBean Pajamas

1 Holiday Plaid Cocktail Napkins, Crate & Barrel, set of 6 $8.95 2 Leather & Tartan Waist Belt, ASOS, $18.18 3 Tommy Hilfiger Bright Tartan Tie, Macy's, $29.75 4 Tartans by Brian Wilton, from $11.98 5 Tartan Stick Umbrella, Target, $19.99 6 Repetto Tartan-Plaid Ballet Flats, Saks Fifth Avenue, $184.99 7 Tartan Salad/Dessert Plates, Pendleton, set of 4 $52.00 8 Tartan Scarf, Old Navy, $8.00 9 Tartan Pencil Case, ASOS, $9.09 10 Plaid Cashmere Throw, Williams-Sonoma, $199.00 11 Tartan Suitcase, ASOS, $77.27 12 The Cambridge Satchel Leather Satchel, ASOS, $236.34 13 Juicy Couture Wool-Blend Tartan Jacket, Net-a-Porter, $330.00 


Jeffery Banks Coffee Table Book: Romancing the Plaid

We'd love to see how you've incorporated plaid into your home!

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