“All-over” patterns have fairly closely spaced motifs that are evenly distributed. This is a lovely example of that, with the large flowers having an elegant curve to the stems and a directional orientation that might give a striped effect, except for the perfect placement and bi-directional nature of the other floral and leaf elements. The overall effect is both timeless and non-directional. This pattern is particularly adaptable for custom floorcloths.
This floorcloth design is based on a pattern sketched by noted historian, William Seale, for the Field House Museum in Missouri. Stencils were created based on the sketch.
This pattern is from The Stencil Library, a great source for a wide variety of stencils in varying styles. We choose this one for its arts & crafts bent and look forward to trying it with different placements of the tiles and assorted palettes.
This floorcloth is in our inventory and available for immediate shipment.