My designer friend Rich just bought a new apartment, and on his to-do list is new drapes. He's planning to go with white, in linen I believe, with the leading edge trimmed with a band of black and white greek key.
Similarly, I've been searching for the Flintridge Greecian Key salad/luncheon plates shown at right to mix in with my austerely beautiful, ornament-free, Bellmere place settings. (Coupe/Plat, no color band, platinum, in case you've got some you're wanting to unload)
While scouring eBay for the plates (which rarely appear, and never under 30 bucks apiece), I discovered that Heisey produced a line of glassware and serving pieces in a greek key pattern as well. I fear a coming obsession, but so far have resisted the urge to bid on anything. That said, if another ice bucket comes up I cannot be held responsible for my actions.
Then yesterday, Eddie Ross and Habitually Chic posted about their weekend flea market expedition. One of HC's scores was a box of Heinrich & Co china. What did it look like? Simple and white, with a band of greek key in gold, I think it's stunning.
So what about you, living with any greek key? And if you are, what and where?