My favourite place to find it is on the front of a sideboard or dresser. For example...
|Christina Murphy via Decorpad|
The above tone-on-tone look is subtle and classic. If you prefer contrast and some colour, there are those options too. (I like both looks and kind of flip-flop between the two.)
Would you believe this turquoise/gold dresser is an IKEA hack/DIY project? You can read about it here.
Now (if you're up for a little fun), here are a few different rooms, all of which have some greek key in them. See if you can spot it. For some, it's obvious. For others, you have to look a little more closely. Have fun!
|Suzanne Kasler via decorpad|
How did you do?
- Roman Shade
- Mirror and Trim on Settee
- Brown Armchairs
And just a little more for good measure...
1. Jonathan Adler Accent Cushions
2. Jonathan Adler Richard Nixon Throw
3. Natalie Clayman Interior Design
4. Greek Key Coffee Table, 1st Dibs
5. Greek Key Towels, Sears
Had enough greekery? What do you think of this look?