Oh, gold! This precious metal over the centuries excited the minds of the people, fascinated with its beauty and stirred high emotions. It started wars and provided strong unions. It was used to appease gods and praise great rulers. Since the beginning gold has been the material for countless jewelry, the value of which does not decrease with age. Finally, expensive metal decorated temples, palaces, interiors and even clothing. At first only the upper class of society could afford such luxury, but today it is available to almost everyone.
Skillful use of gold color in decor can establish an atmosphere of well-being, viability, and make everything look festive. The main thing is not to go too far, implement just certain details made of the precious metal or its imitation. In particular, shining edging might adorn mirrors, paintings or photo frames; after all, a subtle golden sheen attracts extra attention. Also, this is a good option for textiles, especially if it has a form of fine elegant embroidery.
Machine Embroidery Design Vintage Gold with a blue – 4 sizes
Gorgeous VINTAGE GOLD BLUE BORDER from Royal Present Embroidery will help you to create your own masterpiece on fabric. Intricate lines of this machine embroidery design intertwine in a pattern of remarkable beauty. The highlight of the motif is blotches of striking blue color that remind noble turquoise in a rich golden cut. Such decoration on home textiles is able to magically transform the interior and add a touch of royal luxury.
The combination of gold and blue seems doubly delightful due to the fact that it’s quite common in nature. Recall, for instance, the sun against the bright azure sky or a wave rolling on the warm sandy beach. This color solution, on the one hand, will act calming and set a mood of serenity. On the other hand, it will spice up boring plain textiles.
Symmetrical patterns for embroidery machines, such as VINTAGE GOLD BLUE BORDER, can be successfully used as a solo decoration. Also you may repeat it a few times and build a charming line. The resulting duet is going to look excellent on table textiles or bed linens. For example, decorate the edge of a tablecloth with a compound border, and place the single fragment on serviettes. As this machine embroidery design is presented in 4 sizes, you will surely find what will look best on a specific product.