Riya is an exquisite embroidered fabric from India. The duet of serpentine thread patterns create visual interest and subtle color without being too formal or busy.
The base cloth and has an understated shimmer, giving the appearance of a silk, but the practicality of a Viscose/Polyester blend. The Riya fabric would be stunning as full side panels in a dining room or an elegant shade in the master bath. Available in Coral, Aqua, Lapis, and Natural/Blue.
Alhambra has an overall light feeling with a white 100% cotton background and a soft infusion of colors. This interesting, yet not-too-busy pattern is fairly large (27″ vertical & horizontal repeats), yet would fold into pleats beautifully as a pair of window panels. It would also be very inviting as a duvet cover or several down-filled pillows. With so many paint colors that would blend with Alhambra – Sherwin William’s mink, aquaverde, bee, and croissant – using this fabric as your room inspiration would create a stunning space that could lean in several style directions . . . farmhouse/rustic, classic/elegant, or fresh/modern.
Alhambra is a lovely fabric – interesting pattern, pleasing palette, and versatile style.
For Memorial Day weekend, I’d like to introduce Boat Slip Fabric to you. He is a geometric woven 100% Sunbrella Acrylic, which means you can feature this fabric indoors or outdoors. He will withstand UV light and water for optimum performance in your home or patio. Vertical repeat: 14″ and Horizontal repeat: 3.6″
Available in Aqua, Nautical, Honey and Orange.
Meet the Batavia Ikat fabric family, featuring a lovely ikat [ee-kaht] design and versatile color combinations . . .
First, I present to you Miss Amethyst Batavia Ikat, who allures us with her casual sophistication. Deep purple provides a luscious background for the copper, ivory, and lighter purple color scheme . . .
Today’s featured fabric is Sweet Treat in color Candy. Doesn’t that make you smile? I was in a designer showroom recently and this book not only caught my eye, but made me stop. It was, as the pattern says, a treat for my eyes.
For fall, I introduce to you Autumn Chevron Fabric. She is a happy 100% cotton print featuring a bright palette of warm hues. While most chevron patterns are only two colors, Miss Autumn Chevron cheerfully combines the seven hues of orange, golden yellow, cream, red, blue, green and chocolate brown.
A perfect choice for a throw pillow, this fabric brings a pop of seasonal color into the room. With a neutral cream and brown zig zag sandwiched between the other rich colors, she blends with many fabrics and adds an element of fun to any decor style. While Miss Autumn is a print, she is in the cotton duck fabric family, which gives her a textured look. As an added bonus, this fabric is 50,000 double rubs – which means she’s as durable as she is pretty and would be a good choice for residential upholstery. Her features just get better and better! Miss Autumn Chevron is protected with a soil and stain repellent treatment – it’s invisible to see, but liquid or stains won’t go through the fabric – so, she’s easy to clean too! This would be a great fabric choice for families with kiddos – as a bench cushion or atop dining seats.
I love fabrics, and bringing various textures and colors together is such an elemental part of my job. Finding the perfect fabric is usually my first step in a room redesign, becoming the inspiration for paint color, artwork, and other fabrics and finishes in the space.