Unabashedly feminine, this floral is bursting with beautiful soft blooms. It would be lovely in a guest bedroom.
I've recently come to love the combination of blue and green, and I think this pattern is so bright and cheery. The tulip motif is lovely.
This loose basketweave is a great shade of denim blue. It's great for a boy's room or a casual den.
This delicate, painterly print is perfect for a room with soft, neutral tones.
This is a trendy, good-looking ikat. I love the combination of powder blue, navy and turquoise, which makes a great color palette for a monochromatic room.
Giraffe is a huge favorite for me when it comes to animal prints. And in blue, it takes on a preppy appeal.
I think all of my fabric ideabooks have a buffalo check — I just can't leave it out! Like a stripe, a good check is versatile and can be a great backdrop for other patterns in a room.
This flamestitch pattern is a recent favorite. I love the movement and color tones, yet it's neutral enough to pair with something more colorful.
Textured fabrics are such a great addition to any space because they add dimension, especially when the texture has a sharp color contrast to its background color.
Chinoiserie prints are a personal obsession, and this fabric has a quilted texture that makes it unique among silhouette prints.
I love toiles for their femininity, and the watery hues and sweet scenes of this one make it a favorite of mine.
I love Jacobean florals for their intricate details, and the pops of chartreuse and aqua in this pattern are so pretty and make great colors for a family space.
This fabric is reminiscent of traditional blue and white porcelain. So timeless.
I used this fabric recently on pillows for a settee in a kitchen. I think the blue and khaki color palette makes this ornate fabric feel more masculine.