Hindry Linoleum

This pattern is based on original linoleum found in a bathroom of the Hindry House in Pasadena, c1910. The Hindry House is an exceptional example of the work of master architects Arthur and Alfred Heineman, who were influential in the development of the Craftsman style in California, and across the country.

The linoleum pattern was found in many catalogs of the era, although this pattern differs from all available records in that the motifs are spaced at seven diamonds apart, vs. the standard of four, and three colors are used in the pattern, vs. two. 

We did several takes on the pattern for the three bathrooms in this authentically restored house on the National Register of Historic Places.


Hindry Linoleum Floorcloth #1

Size: 6’ 10” x 9’ 4”
Background Color: Bleeker beige
Motif Colors: Custom blue
Custom green
Custom grey

This floorcloth uses a version of the pattern with four diamonds between elements, and the pattern on the square.  This is a wall-to-wall installation and photos are pending. 


All Ariel Grace Design floorcloths can be made in different sizes, configurations and palettes. Learn about how we make our floorcloths, how to care for them and how they are priced.