Let’s define this: I’m not talking about a hunky machismo kind of guy or a series of 2x4s offset every 16″. I’m talking about rivets… tacks… nail head trim, people.
Button like ornaments that take ordinary to extraordinary. From extremely adorned to lightly accentuated check out these examples of applications:
The Minimalist Stud
Studded Velvet and Wool Pillow covers from WestElm.com $34 - $36
The Greek Stud
Thomas Pheasant Chair for Baker Furniture. Call for quote
The Moroccan Stud
Global Views Moroccan Poof studded stool $700
The Glam Stud
Lee Broom Salon chair and ottoman. Inspired by the 1930's this chair takes bland and turns into GLAM.
The DIY Stud
Brass plated round nail head $68 (per 500) and brass plated sqaure tacks $64 (per 500) can be found at dadsnails.com Paint on door is Rainforest from Martha Stewart living (home depot).
The Wall Stud
Design Service of Charlotte shows us how to upholster and trim the walls using nail head. Goregous.
The Storage Stud
Horchow decorative nail head storage cubes set of 2 $499.00
The Perfect Purple Pillow Stud
Overstock.com purple velvet studded pillow $26.99 ea
The Designer Stud
Barry Dixon created this beautiful shaped jute and leather runner. The nail head, simply put, defines this sophisticated application in a well edited manner.
Nail head trim could potentially be my new favorite obsession. I’ve used it countless times in window treatments, upholstery, casegoods and headboards but I would like to expand my patterns. Got any ideas of where you could put it in your home?
, Barry Dixon
, beauitful pillows
, decorative furnishing
, Design service of charlotte
, interior design
, Lee Broom
, Martha Stewart
, nail head
, studded furniture
, West Elm