Scalloped details are everywhere in the design world these days–on blouses, on lampshades, on ceramic pots! I love their unapologetically romantic and whimsical quality. Below, enjoy a roundup of my favorite home and fashion finds with sweet scalloped details.
A scalloped headboard and matching bed hangings in the London home of Soane Britain’s Lulu Lytle. I absolutely adore Lulu’s recent book Rattan. (Photo: Miguel Flores Vianna)
Scalloped banquette in the dining room of Hannah Cecil Harden’s dreamy London home. (Photo: Douglas Friedman)
Giovanna Battaglia wearing a scalloped Valentino frock during a past fashion week.
A scalloped headboard and pillow shams in Henry & Co. co-founder Stephanie Woodmansee’s Tribeca apartment. (Photo: Read McKendree)
A scalloped tole planter by Matilda Goad.
A red and white gingham bed designed by Robert Kime. (Photo: Fritz von der Schulenburg)
Blue scalloped slipper chairs in an interior by Paolo Moschino.
A scalloped table by Colefax & Fowler.
Scalloped curtains in a bathroom designed by Veere Grenney. Explore more of the home here! (Photo: Simon Upton by Architectural Digest)
A scalloped flat weave rug designed by Salvesen Graham.
The Small Flora Wall Mirror by Balineum.
A glimpse of the Balineum mirror in a powder room designed by Salveson Graham.
Darling scalloped pillows by Carly Home.
Scalloped bed hangings in a children’s room designed by Beata Heuman. (Photo: Simon Brown)
‘Apricots in Copper Green Bowl’ by Oliver Scarlin
Scalloped backsplash (so clever!) in Matilda Goad‘s London flat. (Photo: House & Garden)
A scalloped mirror by Fleur Home.
A scalloped banquette in a room designed by Lindsey Lane.
My friend Hanna’s old home had the sweetest antique scalloped toddler bed. (Photo: Hector Manuel Sanchez)
Scalloped lampshades on sconces in Rita Konig’s powder room.