Who says you can’t mix plaid with stripes?

Good afternoon! Hope your Labor Day was filled with good food and great friends. We’re back today with a new pattern from Park Designs. (Yep, another one. Can’t help it–we love everything they do!)

This one is called Adamstown and it’s a fun combination of plaid and stripes.

Adamstown place mat

Adamstown table runner

Adamstown table runner shown with Molasses ceramics!

Adamstown Wine Valance and Curtain Tiers Adamstown Sand Valance and Window Tiers

Window treatments in wine and sand.

The collection also includes shower curtains and kitchen towels.

This week, a customer on Facebook asked us for some braided rug recommendations to pair with Adamstown curtains.

We suggest…

Blackberry

Blackberry Heart Braided Rug

The black, wine and tan in this pattern is ideal as an anchor for furniture groupings, and pairs well with either the Adamstown wine or sand color.

Cinnamon

Cinnamon Heart Braided Rug

If Blackberry is too dark for your tastes, Cinnamon is a nice, lighter alternative with a warm red tone.

Cappuccino

Cappuccino Heart Braided Rug

The name should really be cappuccino, espresso, coffee cream and coffee black! These warm neutrals are a great match with the Adamstown sand.

And remember, you can order a swatch or smaller piece (like a placemat or stair tread) in most braided rug patterns before purchasing a large rug. Because the larger rugs are shipped directly from the manufacturer, they are subject to a restocking charge if returned. But, you can return the smaller piece if you like, and use the credit toward your rug.

Anything on your mind? We love answering questions from readers!

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