Cross Stitch Pattern: Plants and Mediterranean Floors

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There are to many reasons that make me adore Mediterranean floors, but here you have the 3 reasons that inspired my new pattern: a corner full of plants in a beautiful home with hydraulic flooring. A crass plant, one with long green leaves and one with a huge pink flower. Another way to include plants in your home, if you are a crazy plant person.

Pattern available on Etsy.

3 REASONS TO EMBROIDER A MEDITERRANEAN FLOOR

1.- Original designs
Vegetable inspiration such as flowers and plants, geometry,… all of them repeated and forming a perfect ideal pattern for lovers of symmetries.

2.- Colors
Striking combinations, brown tones taken from an autumn palette or green ones that take you in the middle of a pond. They can bring freshness or warmth with just 3 repeated colors in their drawings.

                                                                         If you want more examples of mediterranean tiles, follow me on Pinterest

 

3.- History
Over time, the houses take different uses and that leads to reforms that change the distribution. If the house is lucky enough to preserve the hydraulic floor, you will see those different patterns that show the life of the houses before you lived it.

 

                              On the walls of a bathroom with floral motifs in blue, they create a pleasant feeling of cleanliness and relaxation.

Mediterranean architecture gives us houses with high ceilings, exposed wooden beams and colorful hydraulic floors.
My love for vintage makes me dream of living in a house with this floor.

It happens to you too? Do you also love tileds floors and plants?

 

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