Interlocking Circles

Interlocking circle patterns are found in historical artifacts from the 7th century BC onwards – one of the most enduring decorative forms found in almost all cultures throughout history.  This pattern was found on a painted floor in the Isaac Buck House in Hanover, Massachusetts, c1800, and is a wonderful example of a timeless version of interlocking circles.

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Interlocking Circles Floorcloth #2

Size: 5' 6.5" x 6' 8"
Background Color: Solitude
Motif Colors: Paynes grey

This floorcloth is a rare eight-sided piece, made to perfectly fit the footprint of a bathroom floor.  The bold contrast between the background and the organic motifs is striking.

(Item XO02. This pattern is priced at a rate of $50/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.