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Dillard Pierce Design Associates
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Buckhead
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What is the sofa fabric color. I have found the sofa but need to order fabric samples.
like to know who makes this sofa and is it available to order with custom fabrics.
The pillow fabric is from Coraggio Textiles. Really beautiful
That you'd have to ask Christy about. I don't recognize the fabric.
The drapery fabric is from J. Nelson showroom located at the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center
accents the swag treatment, adding a design detail to the scalloped edges. Fabrics: A small print on a pillow pairs nicely with a sofa with an all-over floral
styles, choose Roman shades. Just be careful about matching curtain fabric to furniture fabric; too much of the same print can feel cloying and overwrought.
look for fabric like the pilliw
“I love the century sofa....where can I find it? Love the colors” — Deborah Matney
Incorporated
Bohemian Apartment Kitchen with Fabric Backsplash
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Bohemian Apartment Kitchen with Fabric Backsplash
The fabric was laminated behind glass. Photography by Annie Schlechter
Who do you make the fabric with laminated glass?
This is a wonderful idea! Can the fabric be changed from time to time? How do
What is the process through which you adhere the fabric to the glass? What is lamination and how is it done?
an adhesive for fabric, such as "Spraymount," and then you simply follow the instructions. Maybe practice on some old bits of fabric and glass first,
The proper (passes safety code) way to laminate fabric to glass can be done a couple different ways. One is to invest in an EVA
Fabric sandwiched between pains of glass
Fabric between glass for a backsplash, what a good idea
“Armoires” — joellealexandra
Craig Denis
Architectural and Interior Photography
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Kuba cloth is an exotic textile from Africa
18. Frame regional textilesThere is such an exquisite array of textiles overseas to be tempted by. Fabric is an easy find to pack, so when
Kuba cloth is an exotic textile from Africa. It is meticulously woven from raffia leaves and dyed with other natural
If you have a certain fabric that you simply cannot get enough of, frame it. It will add color, interest
In the bedroom frame a piece of African fabric and use it as art above your headboard or on a focal wall.Tip: There’s no
“COLOR” — susanmurobello
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
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Gallery Loft
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Love the fabric used in the picture over the bed. Who makes the pattern.
@Meg Ritchie- love this bedding! we have access to this fabric and can custom make duvets, shams, pillows, drapes, etc. please feel free
Clock is from White on White. Trumpet is antique. Art is a stretch Merimekko fabric.
and use a staple gun to attach your fabric.
For a budget-friendly piece, stretch a handsome, high-quality textile across a blank canvas or stretcher
Your favorite textile can also be stretched over a frame, as has been done here. You can use one piece of fabric or sew several pieces together
1. Stretch fabric for DIY wall art. If you have a piece of fabric that begs to be hung as art, it's easy to make it
Textiles as headboards or wall art...Your favorite textile can also be
“lights” — swimkim2
Emily Chalmers | Caravan Style
Modern Vintage by Emily Chalmers
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love the chair, where is it from or fabric name
Suzani. Suzani textiles come from central Asia, near Uzbekistan, where they have been
This fabric style pattern is called Suzani. Made in central Asia
from a Persian word meaning “needle”; the textile is another intricate, hand-embroidered one. Suzani textiles come from central Asia, near Uzbekistan, where
from a Persian word meaning “needle”; the textile is another intricate, hand-embroidered one. Suzani textiles come from central Asia, near Uzbekistan, where
Focus on furnitureReupholstering a traditional chair in a modern fabric is a classic decorating trick, and for good reason – the possibilities are
junk-shops or at antiques fairs, then have it re-covered in any of the many new fabrics available for a lovely juxtaposition of vibrant design and classic lines
“Sofa” — g80sarah
J. Hirsch Interior Design, LLC
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J. Hirsch Interior Design Portfolio
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It appears to be a few yards of fabric with trim to hang on the hardware?? I love this idea for a nook.
fantastic idea - exhibit some of my textiles thus wonderful to hang behind antique mirror
the occasional chair. And the amber tones of the lamp set off the hanging textile in the background.
by Beaumont & Fletcher, notes designer Janie Hirsch. This time the textile is quiet and monochromatic, but the impact is just as effective.
“colors” — sparks1348
Margo Downing Interiors
A hip townhome living room
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red textiles, pillows or upholstery in muted color palettes with curving, wavy lines. If you’re seeking an unconventional way to work with fabric, try
Textiles. Although art nouveau was lavish, it was often inspired by nature. Original art nouveau textiles usually incorporated flowers
red textiles, pillows or upholstery in muted color palettes with curving, wavy lines. If you’re seeking an unconventional way to work with fabric, try
5. Textiles. Although art nouveau was lavish, it was often inspired by nature. Original art nouveau textiles usually incorporated flowers and vines in
muted and dark color palettes, these textiles included rugs, upholstery and window treatments. Get this look: Textiles can help you add just a touch of art
“Mantel” — rgoydan
Palmer Designs
Little Balboa Private Residence
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Love the drapes!!!! What fabrics, fringe detail, etc was used??
Connoisseur Antiques is where I purchase the frames. ... The fabric is a mohair fabric by Coraggio Thanks
“burl walnut” — maryboomer
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