“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.
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This floorcloth was made for the music room of a beautiful cottage in northern Maine. The blue/green/gold palette is similar to that used in other versions of this floorcloth pattern, however, the green was modified to work with an additional blue that matches the client's trim color (Mill Springs Blue from Benjamin Moore). The result is a lovely, sprightly palette that lends an additional sense of joy to an already delightful room.