Neelam Paralkar is the owner of Design Village, which offers a wide selection of hand-crafted canvas floorcloths, as well as game boards and table accessories. Neelam specializes in traditional quilt designs, historical floor patterns, and designs from early American wall stencils. Neelam created her first floorcloth after moving to a new home in 1997. For […]
To continue our focus on floorcloths this week, today I’m featuring a few of my favorite stenciled floorcloths to provide you with inspiration. This fun Sneaker Floorcloth is by Sharon Sims, of Sims Design. It uses her Sneaker Stencil. Lynn Brehm created this Battenburg Lace floorcloth using stencils from her Natural Accents Romantic Stencil Collection. […]
Marie Zakrzewski, of Timeless Floorcloths, has been painting floorcloths for five years and says that she absolutely loves what she is doing. She stencils historical, traditional, and country floorcloths, and also paints modern designs. Located in Connecticut, Marie will ship her floorcloths anywhere in the world. To see more of Marie’s work, visit her website.
Michele Hollick, owner of Stenciled Floorcloths by Michele, has been stenciling for more than 25 years. Located in Southern New Hampshire, she began making floorcloths after becoming interested in Colonial-era furnishings and accessories. Michele’s work has been featured in Colonial Home and Early American Life magazines. Visit Michele’s website for more information on ordering her […]
I was planning to write a new post on stenciled floorcloths, but once I began my research, I found much more than I could possibly include in a single blog entry, so over the next several days I will be sharing a number of posts, as well as tweets and Facebook links, on this topic. […]