This Early American pattern is from the Esther Brazer Stevens Collection at the Museum of American Folk Art.  Brazer Stevens recorded authentic stencil patterns, including this one from the Humphries House in Dorchester, MA, c.1800.

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Humphries Floorcloth #2

Size: 15' 10" x 28'
Background Color: Colonial blue
Motif Colors: Custom red
French blue
Pale gold
Rich gold

This floorcloth was commissioned as part of a makeover of The Homestead Room at the Grafton Inn in Grafton, Vermont.  The Homestead Room is a lovely meeting and event space accommodating up to 50 people.  The Inn has been operating since 1801 and currently has 42 guest rooms and several event spaces.  It is located in the charming village of Grafton, Vermont, with a population of 650.  

For more information on the project see our post.

(Item # HH02. This pattern is priced at a rate of $55/SF. This floorcloth is over 9.5' wide and therefore requires special construction.  The price for this pattern in a width that exceeds 9.5' is $65/SF.)

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.