Riya is an exquisite embroidered fabric from India. Â 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. Â The Riya fabric would be stunning as full side panels in a dining room or an elegant shade in the master bath. Â Available in Coral, Aqua, Lapis, and Natural/Blue.
Alhambra has an overall light feeling withÂ aÂ white 100% cotton background and aÂ soft infusion of colors. Â 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. Â It would alsoÂ be very inviting as a duvet cover or several down-filled pillows. Â With so many paint colors that would blend with Alhambra – Sherwin William’sÂ 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. Â He is a geometric woven 100% Sunbrella Acrylic, which means you can feature this fabric indoors or outdoors. Â He will withstand UV light and water for optimum performance in your home or patio. Â 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 youÂ Miss AmethystÂ Batavia Ikat, who allures us with her casual sophistication. Â 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.Â 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.Â It was, as the pattern says, a treat for my eyes.
I loveÂ fabrics, and bringing various textures and colors together is such an elemental part of my job.Â 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.