Let’s be honest, is there a more perfect pattern than plaid? Tartan, windowpane, glen plaid, tattersall — its designs are limitless. No matter the style or the color, nowhere does this iconic pattern feel more at home than in a cozy lake house. From bed linens and rugs to plates and even a stuffed deer mount, this fall’s offerings of stylish new products will have everyone feeling mad about plaid.
Tabletop and accessories
Walk into any Target store this fall and you’ll catch plaid fever. Through October, the retailer is having a self-declared plaid takeover with dozens of plaid-embellished products to be found all over the store — even on Listerine bottles and tissue boxes.
Threshold pouf in gray/tan plaid, $49.99
Threshold appetizer plates in assorted plaid prints, $3.99/each
Threshold stag head in black/white plaid, $29.99
All available in store or at target.com.
Swap your crisp summer whites with the rustic charm of this super-soft yarn-dyed bedding.
Washed classic plaid bedding in red and blue, from $24; rhbabyandchild.com.
In honor of their 150th anniversary, the design team at Faribault Woolen Mill turned to their archives. Cozy up a neutral sofa, window seat, or even a porch swing with this merino wool pillow inspired by one of their 1920 designs.
1920 Buffalo check wool pillow case in gray/natural and taupe/natural, 20×20; $125; faribaultmill.com.
Set aside plain mason jars and add some color to your pantry with these playful plaid-wrapped versions.
Plaid storage jars, Set of 3, $24; fishseddy.com.
Durable enough for lake traffic, this hand-woven rug is an ideal choice for adding color and warmth to bare floors.
Heritage tartan plaid rug in red and blue, four sizes available, from $40; schoolhouseelectric.com.
Wool blankets ART NOTE:
No cabin is complete without at least one comfy wool throw. Whatever your room’s palette, Woolrich has you covered with seven different colorways of this classic tartan.
Fawn Grove wool blanket, $145; woolrich.com.
Lead Photo Credit:
Bedroom: Cabin on Russell Cabin Point/Russell Lands On Lake Martin. Architecture by Taylor Dawson. Interior Design by Seibels. Photo by Graham Yelton.