A Masculine Motif

{Tommy Smythe}

{Tommy Smythe}
{My work featured on Design*Sponge}

As you may recall, I’ve been searching high and low for masculine interior inspiration. Now I’m not much for antlers or taxidermy, but I adore the graphic appeal of the American flag and the Union Jack. Paired with handsome hard woods and dark matte walls, these motifs lend masculine allure and patriotic flair. I even painted my Anglophile boyfriend, who spent last semester studying business in London, a Union Jack campaign dresser! What do you think?

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  1. I love the photo from Graham Moss! I love the look of a Union Jack in interiors. Did you go to the Jack Wills store when you were in Nantucket? I took Logan in there and they had a Union Jack settee… really cool store. xo

  2. GREAT post! I also agree about the taxidermy. A subtle flower arrangement or even a single tree branch in a large vase is preferable to a carcass if one needs a touch of nature, in my opinion. I’m loving the glass cloche displays in the Graham Moss picture and pretty much everything else.

    And way to go on that dresser! You’re rocking it out.