This casually knotted scarf is the coolest alternative I've ever seen to the much-maligned chandelier chain cover.
Some would be aghast at the thought of framing an Hermès scarf instead of wearing it. I say, why not put its beauty on full display instead of stashing it in your closet? These stunners are works of art, and they deserve pride of place.
Pure decadence: Hermès scarves line the window panels of these closet doors. Of course, you don't have to splurge on pricey scarves to replicate this look — inexpensive ones from a thrift store or a vintage shop can work just as well (and it won't be as painful to cut them to size).
This long, narrow scarf, sheer enough to let light through, makes a lovely alternative to a traditional window treatment.
Vintage scarves are simple to turn into one-of-a-kind pillow covers. Pick two contrasting but complementary styles for the front and back, and you'll have a reversible pillow that you can flip around when you're ready for a change.
Strips of scarf fabric dress the back of a reupholstered drafting chair, lending a feminine touch to this hardworking space.
Colorful scarves from Belize, framed and flanking a classic portrait, look totally unexpected in this ultratraditional dining room.
This extra-long scarf would be ideal as a table runner in an eclectic dining room.