This is the first Dresser pattern we worked with, clearly seeing how it could be adapted to stencils and how great it would be for a floorcloth design. We loved the original Dresser palette and the first piece we made with the pattern, a rather complicated U-Shaped design, employed this colorway. Several additional colorways have been explored as have different shapes, all working beautifully in this versatile design.
For larger images and more viewing options, click on an image.
This floorcloth was made for the kitchen of an 1880 farmhouse in Naselle, WA. The pattern, with its line and flower center, picks up on the beadboard ceiling and walls. The blue Nostalgia appliances were matched by the blue used for the motifs and the background and border band match the wall and trim color.