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Free coloring book from West Elm highlights work of local artists

Facades, flowers, patterns, and more

From precise architectural drawings to collages of everyday delights, coloring books offer creative meditations on shapes, patterns, and details. And what better time than now for more of that?

As both kids and adults spend more time at home, furniture retailer West Elm is introducing its own free coloring book for all ages. Designed by 20 makers from the West Elm Local Partnership, the company’s platform for artisans around the U.S., these coloring pages feature scenes like a dreamy porched house, plants and critters, and all sorts of abstract patterns from arches to curves to terrazzo-style shapes.

You can peep how some of these pages are turning out by browsing the hashtag #WestElmLocalColor or give it a go yourself by printing the pages here.

Line drawing of a pitched roof house with a porch.
Line drawing of a bunch of plant leaves.
Window with shutters.
Line drawing of arches.
Line drawing of flowers, butterflies, bugs, and bees.
Line drawing of different shapes.