I know I’ve been late with the last two posts and skipped an entire week in the middle of July. It’s been a busy summer and we just got back from vacation (our first vacation in over 2 years!). Thanks for understanding and continuing to check on the blog. I appreciate it so much and promise a more regular schedule moving forward. Today, we are talking about one of my favorite design details – scallops and boy are they are everywhere! This sweet little detail can be found on furniture, accessories, soft lines (curtains/bedding), and everything in between.
The scallop is simple but makes any space feel a little more charming, whimsical, and feminine. It works for kids or adults and can be used in any room. I’ve been slowly saving my favorite scalloped interiors on Instagram and Pinterest and thought I would share them here.
The first image is by Edith-Anne Duncan Design (remember when I linked her Instagram back in December). In my opinion, Edith is the queen of colorful traditional interiors. She also records a fun “Coffee and a Chat” series on Instagram where she’ll answer design questions and give general advice (a fun little watch with lots of helpful tips). She recently shared this sneak peek of a set of Jack & Jill vanities at one of her new projects and, wow, they are stunners. The scallop trim transforms this otherwise simple vanity. Plus that color is FUN!
I must have a thing for scallops in bathrooms (this is the second of 4!). This bathroom vanity is by Reusch Interior Design, a firm based in Cincinnati, Ohio. She also picked a bright color but used a large-scale scallop on the face of the vanity. Her whole design is cheerful and the trimmed-out scallop plays right into that feeling.
Oye. Heidi Callier can do no wrong. This scalloped (marble?) backsplash is out of this world. It makes that whole bathroom feel classy and fun!
Scalloped mirrors are always a win.
This cute little console table is so adorable with the scallops. I love that the scallops have breaks in between them. It’s a fun variation.
It’s official. Scallops can go on anything – no matter how large or small. Just look at the adorable stool and bed (next picture down).
I love this bright green sunroom. It has a fun scallop pattern above the windows and the pattern is echoed on the ottoman.
I cannot get over this scalloped-edged shelf. Adorable!
That scalloped trim on the crib is perfection.
This next image is pretty unique. The window cornice box has an inverse scallop pattern. Nice to see a unique take on the scallop trend.
Scallop, scallops everywhere! Even on this adorable, tiny lampshade. Don’t forget to check out the scalloped pillowcases, too!
Oh, hello scalloped bed canopy, very pretty. I also totally respect that whoever made this lined the pattern up perfectly (like this fabric was made for these scallops).
Scallops on the edge of curtains seem like a no-brainer.
I’ll end with two adorable outdoor sheds with scalloped trim. Very sweet!