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Why You Need To Reconsider Buffalo Check

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Photographed by Chad Mellon; Designed by Lindye Galloway.
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First introduced in 1850 by Woolrich as a pattern on their now-iconic Buffalo Check Wool Shirt (an instant hit with workers and outdoorsmen alike), buffalo check — an oversize gingham usually in red or black and white — is one of the most classic American patterns. That said, it’s not one you would likely to see in interiors — until recently. Buffalo check is having a major moment in the most stylish of homes, chosen by top designers, brands, and bloggers for its versatility, timeless style, and graphic punch.

Not convinced? Let us persuade you. Click through for definitive proof that buffalo check, particularly in black and white, is a print you need in your home.