Feeling cross

Products that use a cross motif

No I’m not really feeling cross, just a play on words (get it?). There were others on my list – star crossed, double cross, cross over, cross out, OK I’ll stop now. It’s an awesome word if you think about it, so many uses.

I’ve been noticing crosses in everything lately, even the latest Country Road catalogue has used them in products in their autumn/winter catalogue. It took me a sum total of 20 minutes to put this collection together on my Feeling Cross Pinterest Board. I’ve been so inspired by this collection that it’s served as the inspiration for my next WordPress theme. I’m sure that will help me get over my current cross obsession.

What do you think of the cross motif that’s found it’s way into home decor (and beyond) lately?

Cross goodness pictured above are:

  1. Blanket image via Pinterest. Originally pinned from Made in Oregon but no longer on their site
  2. Painted cross wall via le petit bird told me
  3. Contact Voyaging Co. Cross paddle (Red Cross) from Atelier88 Etsy Store
  4. Black and white cross quilt via crafty blossom
  5. Crosses Charcoal Quilt Cover via Aura Home
  6. Noemie Blanket in Oat via Country Road
  7. Cross bed cover via Aktuellt blog
  8. Burlap tote (hessian) sackcloth screen printed from Modern Manual Etsy Store
  9. Mint cross via BasicHus blog
  10. “Speaking of History VI 2008” artwork by Ingo Kleinert | Boutwell Draper Gallery, Sydney
  11.  Red cross quilt via The Experimental Home blog
  12. Noemie Blanket in Charcoal via Country Road
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6 Responses to Feeling cross

  1. Mary February 7, 2014 at 6:42 pm #

    Beautiful collection, thanks for gathering it!

    • Libby February 7, 2014 at 6:56 pm #

      Thanks Mary. It was the Country Road blanket that started it and I realised that I’d been seeing them everywhere. Thanks for stopping by.

  2. nicole nicol February 11, 2014 at 8:24 am #

    Hey lib..great minds think i was just looking into the swedish origins of the design on the blog. I’m feeling a bit into it too. nic

    • Libby February 13, 2014 at 9:31 am #

      Hey Nic – now that sounds interesting. I would love to know what you uncover in your research. Great minds really do think alike.

  3. Margaret | DestinationHere&Now February 11, 2014 at 8:49 am #

    Go for it Libby. Then you can cross that one off your list. Wah waaaahhh. x

    • Libby February 13, 2014 at 9:31 am #

      That’s a good one Marg! You’re a laugh riot, you know that right?

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