How to Decorate Using Medical Crosses

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Trends come and go; sometimes quicker than a season changes. You have to be smart and creative when it comes to a trend. For me, I rarely choose to use a trend when it comes to a large piece that would cost too much to update. That’s why using trends in small accessories is the best and smartest solution.

You may have seen medical crosses a lot more lately. It is definitely a trend that has made a mark in interior design. I love medical crosses because of the modern, industrial feel that they carry. Obviously, the medical cross is not a new thing. It was actually designed in 1859. So yeah, what goes around, comes back around.

How to Decorate Using Medical Crosses

Image: Simply Grove

This simple bathroom needed a touch of modern. The cross rug and cross shower curtain are a great solution for modern decor. And when you use black and white crosses, you can pair it with any color that you’d like!

How to Decorate Using Medical Crosses

Image: My Scandinavian Home

A staple for this cross trend is the cross blanket by Swedish designer Pia Wallen. It’s an accessory that can be added or taken away when needed and you don’t have to spend your entire wallet doing so.

How to Decorate Using Medical Crosses

Image: Sf Girl by Bay

This industrial cross is perfect for a bathroom design. And the pop of green adds so much personality. They treated it like adding the perfect piece of art.

What are your thoughts towards the medical cross trend? Do you have any in your home?

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Kirsten Grove has always had a passion for interior design. Simply Grove is Kirsten's creative outlet for all things aesthetically beautiful. Started in 2008 as a way to show off eye catching design and decor from all over the world, Simply Grove has become a hang-out for like-minded creatives with a love of interiors and an appetite for design eye-candy. You will also find Kirsten featured in publications and sites like Better Homes and Gardens, Lucky Magazine, RealLiving Magazine, Elle, and Design Sponge to just name a few. She was also named one of Babble’s Top 50 Design Mom Bloggers of 2011 and has been a speaker at Alt Summit 2011, 2012 and 2013.