Learn how to integrate block print into your home decor in this complete guide. Find block print pillows, bedding, tablecloths and so much more!

We’ve rounded up the most fabulous blockprint items available for your home, making your shopping and styling easy and fun.

Find out what makes these patterns so special, and all the different ways to integrate this style into your decorating!

Want to save this?
Enter your email below and I’ll send it to you!
Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.

These pretty patterns are the best way to breathe a timeless, classic touch of organic patterns and style into your home.

While the style is centuries old, it always feels fresh and modern in today’s homes. They make beautiful accents throughout your home with patterns that can cover walls, fabrics, and all types of decorating items.

As you’ll see throughout this post, there are beautiful color palettes available, and each piece is touched with an artist’s hand. Each pattern repeat shows the slightest variations, and lends an organic touch to the printed items. That’s what makes them so special!

An outdoor dining table with a block print tablecloth and bamboo folding chairs.
A wooden dutch door with a block print jute rug in front.

What is Block Print?

This printing (also called relief printing) is an ancient method of carving a material (such as a block or plate) into a design, and then printing an impression of that carved surface with ink. Often, this technique is used to print patterns onto textiles and papers.

The art of printing with wooden blocks is particularly prevalent and used historically in East Asia. These intricate patterns are created with carved wood blocks, creating a perfectly imperfect style that is adored throughout the world.

This is an ancient technique, and it is also the slowest of all textile printing methods still in use today. That’s just one of the reasons that it feels so very special!

While some of the objects available in today’s retail landscape are still authentically blocked and handmade, many are machine made to simply replicate the traditional style of block printing.

Find all the prettiest fabrics and decor right here! We’ve curated items at a wide variety of price points, so there’s something for everyone.

Block Print Tablecloths and Napkins

An outdoor dining table with a block print tablecloth and bamboo folding chairs.
A blue and white block print tablecloth

Block Print Tablecloth

I love this gorgeous pattern so much, I have two of these – perfect for entertaining and wonderful for any season!

Block Print Bedding

Block Print Pillows

A blue and white block print pillow


When we had leftover fabric after we had a custom shade made for the lake cottage, the seamstress made us a sweet pillow. You can have one, too!

Decor + Accent Items

A wooden dutch door with a block print jute rug in front.

Natural Block Print Rug

This pretty rug is perfect for the entry, living room or breakfast room. It’s such a sweet and delicate print that feels playful, yet soft.

block print rug

Pink Block Print Rug

Subtle and sweet, this beautiful rug would look gorgeous in a nursery!


There are three colors in this beautiful hand-printed lamp – a green and blue, too! A wide variety of retailers carry this – but this is the lowest price we’ve seen!

a pink and white block print lamp
A close up of a white block print rug

More Decor Inspiration

Decor & Design Guides

You May Also Like

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


  1. I absolutely love block print. I love the examples you shared. I want to do a wallpaper using it. So timeless! I don’t think you get tired of block prints either.

    1. Hi Sue,
      I agree – I think they are classic and won’t ever go out of style! I’m hoping to do a post about block print wallpaper soon, so stay tuned!
      Have a great week,

  2. I LOVE block prints and I have a lot of them in my home. Some more traditional Indian and others more interpreted by French Provençal. I visited Monet’s house when I was a teen and, especially loved how his home was influenced by Chinese, Japanese and Indian traditional arts.