66 Asian Fabric
Although we all jump at the chance to replace furniture with newer, trendier models, sometimes a good-quality piece just needs a fabric revamp. The right upholstery can easily transform the look and feel of your dining room, living room or home office furniture, which is why it's a popular DIY alternative to furniture shopping. There are many different textures, colors and patterns to choose from, including cotton, leather, linen, silk, wool and polyester, so be sure to consider what makes sense for your family, as well as what complements your room's decor. If you're on the verge of reupholstering your furniture, do some research and consider the following to make sure you pick the right fabric. More
I am not sure anyone else in this world can do paisley like Peter Dunham. This beautiful and exotic fabric would make gorgeous window treatments or duvet covers. This print is available in a range of scrumptious colors, but peacock is my favorite.
This stunning Peter Dunham fabric is exotic and relaxing, full of intricate details and a bold pattern overall.
We've seen lovely shots of the Star of India upholstery by Pearson in this Hampton home family room, but this is our favorite thus far! We think it frames the space beautifully and highlights the furniture & fabrics
While the term "lotus" certainly alludes to Asia, this pattern is not just for exotic spaces. Mix it with crisp, clean linens for a modern look. This shade of orange is perfection.
Can't find off-the-shelf textiles that suit your fancy? Pick up a yard or two of fabric and whip up you're own, or find a seamstress to give you a hand. This fabric just screams spring, with its vibrant blooms and grassy background. I could see a few pillows, with the reverse side a bright...
Doug and Gene Meyer team up with LINK Outdoor Fabrics owned by industry veteran Eugene Freeland to design yearly collections of outdoor fabric. The collection contains multiple patterns, coordinating solids and trims in a multitude of color choices and all made of 100% solution dyed acrylic yarns.
A woven upholstery fabric with vintage Japanese Imari china. This Imari china fabric is amazing! It is one of the most complex woven patterns we have seen.
You can get the faux bamboo look on your upholstered pieces with this fabric. I love the creamy blue in this modern take by Annette Tatum.
I love the sweet and exotic flowers on this fabric by Peter Dunham. While it can go into a traditional space, it brings global style to a space.
Add unique textiles to your home! These cotton ikats are sturdy enough to upholster furniture, but also delicate enough to comfortably cover pillows.
Printed on Japanese cotton, this gorgeous country French blue fabric is trés jolie. Tiny flowers atop the perfect shade of French blue (similar to the hues you see on shutters and doors all across France) come together to create an incredibly sweet pattern.
This fabric has the look of bamboo fretwork in a very crisp red and white that will really pop as an accent fabric in a room.
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