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Bengal Stripes

 
 
 
 
 
 
Stripes of apparently the same width and alternating light and dark colors. Bengal stripes are usually wider than candy stripes, but narrower than awning stripes. Commonly used in wallpaper, upholstery, and shirtings. Originated in India and became popular during the Regency era in the United Kingdom. Also called Regency stripes and tiger stripes.

Example(s) of Bengal Stripes
An example of a Bengal stripe design
An example of a Bengal stripe design
An example of a Bengal stripe design
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