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Pedro Ojeda, Arquitecto
La Divina
Ideabooks2,439
Questions2
What yep of fabric is used on the sun shade?
Hi, here is the link for the shade fabric of the canopy. http://www.sunbrella.com/showroom/?lang=en_us#submit=thumbnail&screen=detail&style=51000-0001
Hi There, the fabric is called, "shade fabric", fron sumbrella.
draping of fabric to create shade
I like the way the fabric is weaves through the pergola
sunbrella fabric woven between the timbers
“Nice and simple shading device” — raffaella5
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Cherie Marcel
Making use of fabric samples
Ideabooks7,575
Questions6
For the headboard fabric, did you finish the edges on the fabric samples?
Looks like samples from a fabric book.
Maybe design a headboard that uses some of the fabric from the quilt that is at the foot of the bed
Great headboard idea- use fabric samples & tack to wall
your headboard? Update it by covering it with a variety of fabric samples. In this example, the designer attached the samples with decorative tacks.
Blogger and mom Cherie Marcel found herself with a surplus of discontinued high-end fabric after working in a design shop. Rather than scrap the pieces
decorator Cherie Marcel didn't let her fabric samples go to waste; instead, she used them to fashion a fabulous headboard.
If you like crazy quilts, you will love this. Although you could accomplish a headboard treatment like this with a quilt, these are actually fabric samples that have been collected
“Make a headboard like this with monotone fabrics/leathers from goodwill stuff” — squirrelletta
Sarah St. Amand Interior Design
4 Reviews
Upholstery details
Ideabooks430
Questions1
Contrasting fabrics are a great detail
something like this fabric to cover kitchen chairs
Contrasting fabrics are a great detail for
armchair. Create interest with fabrics that relate to each other in color or pattern.
Love the fabric on the chair
contrasting fabric on inside of trhis armchair
contrasting fabric on the inside back of a chair, just like on this handsome armchair. Create interest with fabrics that relate to each other in color or pattern.
Contrasting fabrics are a great detail for chairs. Try a contrasting fabric on the inside back of a chair, just like on this handsome armchair. Create interest with fabrics that relate to each other in color or pattern.
“Contrasting back” — valenv08
Erdreich Architecture, P.C.
contemporary living room
Ideabooks2,353
Questions7
interested in the price, fabric selections of this chair
I LOVE the fabric on this chair. Can you tell me what it is?
what fabric did you use on the chair, love the bold pattern.
mixing fabrics even on same chair
Love the two fabrics - living
Contrasting fabric on chair
Chair -fabric design
The color, fabric, and furniture
two print fabric chair
fabric layout on chair
Good fabric for dad;s guest
wing back centre fabric
two fabrics on chair
Two fabrics on one chair
two fabrics...2 different fabrics...chair in 2 fabrics
“Idea for gold or chair” — reissc
Douglas VanderHorn Architects
9 Reviews
French Country Estate
Ideabooks493
Questions2
Love the fabric on the canopy
back, while a printed or woven fabric does. So any valance or drapery panels visible from both sides will require fabric on both sides if you’re using a printed fabric. In this case the gathered valance needed fabric on both sides, but the drapery at the head needed fabric only on one side, since it’s
each side of the headboard. The fabric canopy is set within a shaped wood frame with a graceful gathered, fringed valance on three sides. Something else to take into account with a canopy bed is the fabric type and yardage required, which contribute to the cost. Some fabrics, such as sheers and solid-colored
it’s against the wall. Rinfret notes this bed required about 15 yards for the blue fabric on the headboard drapery and interior valance, and 10 yards of the floral fabric for the outside of the valance, as well as 15 yards of trim.
“Love” — kseidens40
Potter Craft
The Handbuilt Home by Ana White
Ideabooks321
Questions1
using fabric to hide storage area
Sink skirt. Ruffles cover the storage area under the play sink. The ruffles are sewn to a heavier fabric to help it hang straight. Dimensions (before sewing): Main heavier fabric piece: 15 1/2 inches wide by 17 1/2 inches long
1/2 inch. Sew the blue pom-pom row right where the top of the pink fabric and the colorful loop fabric join. The bottom ruffle hangs about 1 inch below the main piece of fabric. The edges and bottom of each ruffle hang free.
about 1/2 inch. •Sew the blue pom-pom row right where the top of the pink fabric and the colorful loop fabric join. •The bottom ruffle hangs about 1 inch below the main piece of fabric. The edges and bottom of each ruffle hang free.
“Remember to hav fun” — Ashley Fleming
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Leawood Residence
Ideabooks2,892
Questions6
Custom made with fabric from Zimmer and Rhode and ID Collection
What fabric is the floral on the pillows?
Drapery tip: don't skimp on drape fabric. Designers use fabric that is 2x the width of the window.
department. Professionals use fabric yardage that's two and a half to three times the width of the window for fully functional drapes. With fixed side panels (for show only), you can get away with fabric twice as wide as the window. Don't skimp.
don't skimp on drapes fabric yardage that's 2.5 times the
for fixed side panels need fabric 2 times width of window
Professionals use fabric yardage that's two and a half to three times the width of the window for fully functional drapes. With fixed side panels (for show only), you can get away with fabric twice as wide as the window
“Room” — jencarterroberts
Cristi Holcombe Interiors, LLC
2 Reviews
Dining Room
Ideabooks16,160
Questions23
I could find fabric that I really like, drape it well over a canvas, and use that for artwork in the dining room.
cover them with a beautiful fabric. The large-scale patterned fabric here is dramatic in this dining room.How-to: Head to your local fabric store and buy enough fabric to cover the canvas (use the dimensions of your canvas plus 3 inches more on all sides). Stretch your fabric around the canvas and hold
might be able to unscrew the seats and fasten new fabric on the seats using a staple gun. Or go to your local upholsterer for the job. Recovering just the seats is an economical way to refresh your chairs, as you don't need a lot of fabric.
Turn fabric into artwork. Extra-large prints look fabulous
“Nice setup” — mgm572781
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