Red and white striped ticking sometimes looks more country cottage than city chic. Not here — stretched over a curvaceous headboard and backed by a lipstick-red wall, it appears unexpectedly glamorous. The red piping on the headboard elevates the look.
Ticking stripes dress down a stately wing chair and help this elegant space lighten up.
Layered on the backs of these shelves, subtle stripes provide just enough color and pattern to add depth without dominating the quiet decor.
Ticking takes a pared-down turn in this pristine space. Is it modern? Minimalist? Cottage? All of the above? No matter which way you spin it, the striped pattern adapts to the look.
Finding a fabric to complement both the traditional lines of this table and the clean architecture of the space might have been a challenge, but ticking stripes rose to it with aplomb.
Instead of an expected damask, plaid or floral pattern, casual stripes give this pair of bergères a fresh, fuss-free face.
Ticking fabric for a formal, tufted chaise? We know one member of the family who thinks it was a good idea.
What's the fastest way to loosen up an antique-style chair with ornate carved detailing? Stripes, of course.
Angled to create a grid of squares, ticking stripes take on graphic appeal in this throw pillow.