Okay, so I know St. Patrick’s Day is around the corner and green-themed parties, foods, and decorations are dominating Pinterest and blogs, but around here, the green¬†stays far away.¬†While I wouldn’t paint my walls green, I do love greenery in my home. I absolutely love having living plants in every room around my home. If I lived in the French countryside (yeah, if), I’d definitely try to have a green house. I’d probably call it a conservatory or a garden room (look at all of these beautiful conservatories).
Oak Leaf Conservatories
via Julias Vita Dommar
via¬†Home & Garden
Okay, I’m now off topic. Let’s get back to what I really want to talk about today: quatrefoil. The quatrefoil is a four-leaf symbol that we see a lot in art¬†and¬†architecture. It was most popular in the gothic and renaissance eras (read more here).¬†I’ve gathered some photos of quatrefoil products and gorgeous interiors with quatrefoil details.
quatrefoil headboard, Christopher’s of Nantucket via¬†DecorPad
quatrefoil pillow cover, Decidedly Chic
Suzanne Kasler’s home, via Architectural Digest
quatrefoil mirror, Horchow
quatrefoil detail in this gorgeous farmhouse¬†kitchen, Magnolia Homes
quatrefoil necklace, Van Cleef & Arpels
via AM Dolce Vita
via Better Homes¬†& Gardens
quatrefoil photograph, via Posterjack