s and fabricated by Eurocraft. If you would like to know more about the project, please check out our latest publication in Luxe Interior + Design: http://www.morgantewilson.com/images/pdf/2012_LuxeMWAFall.pdf
cream base fabric.
Today, fabric designers take great liberties with those old patterns and print toile patterns on any color that looks good. The window treatments here are a brown toile printed on a light blue-green field. That pattern plays beautifully over this window seat.
What fabric was used and where did you find the frame? Love it.
purchased the fabric through our local Kravet showroom and had our workroom make it. Let me know if you would like help with this. I would be happy to answer more questions for you.
prefer fabric pelmets to gauzy curtains. Love the bench at the end of the bed. Great place to stow extra pillows during night and comforter during day.
made with fabrics from Kravet and reassigned the clients' prints to a place over the headboard. The nightstands were custom built. Not only do they hide shelves for books and other bedside necessities, but they also hide radiators while letting the heat through. Wall covering: Tirreno Blue Amalfi Silk grass
provided the fabric to a local seamstress in our area. The navy blue fabric with the white piping is from Sunbrella. The yellow pillow fabric is by Trina Turk and sold through Schumacher (to the trade). You can purchase the fabric through us or find a local designer / retailer in your area. Try searching online
Sunbrella fabric. The iron urns are most likely from the 1920s.