72 quilts bed covers Dining Products
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Gather family and guests to your table knowing they’ll be in for absolute style and comfort. This handsome upholstered chair is covered in bicast leather and finished with chunky brass studs.
Blake Dining Chair, Nubuck
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Add some brightness to your serveware with this fun tray, covered in a snakeskin-esque plastic, making it easy to clean. Sleek and modern, you'll look great carrying this tray out to the patio or for breakfast in bed.
$24.99 · More Colors
How to delight family, friends and guests: Give them lots of fun food choices! With this smart serving bowl and side servers, you can tailor your meal to everyone’s needs while making it easy on yourself. Spacious with a petite footprint, it keeps foods at temperature so you can relax and enjoy...
Orbit Bowl with Two Salad Servers
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With this seat at your table, you may just get your first standing ovation. It's ethereal and otherworldy in a boxy cotton canvas slipcover with fringed edging. A few of these would look great around a sleek, modern table — or try them around a country farmhouse table for eclectic nirvana.
Dani Dining Chair, White Canvas
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What is this? Well it's not a hat. It's a tailored table skirt. Rich folks love to have custom-made tablecloths, and this one could look very custom because of the tailored look. Add a square topper of your favorite fabric.
Breakfast in bed is one of life's little pleasures. Your love of Lucite will collide with your heavenly morning in the best way possible.
Acrylic Bed Tray
This vibrant pattern has sustained its popularity for quite a few years, whether you choose to cover a chair or loveseat with it, buy a drum pendant fashioned from it, or simply want to add some fun throw pillows that pack a punch.
I love the way this fabric is geometric and a bit exotic. It comes in a range of beautiful colors, but the bubble gum pink is the most fun hue in the bunch.
Annie Selke Links Fabric
This is such a fun pattern! The simple color scheme and the ornate print would make for a fantastic headboard.
Who wouldn't want a little Greek Isles inspiration in their own backyard? Cover your outdoor furniture in this sturdy fabric from Schumacher, and you'll feel transported in no time.
I love this brushed cotton canvas fabric with a graphic navy and cream flower motif. It would work well as window coverings or as upholstery for a statement chair.
This floral pattern looks sweet and fresh, and would work wonders on dining chairs in a breakfast nook, for an upholstered headboard, custom shams or a bed skirt... the list goes on and on.
This drapery fabric would be great for homemade drapes. It's lightweight and has a lot of white in the print with only little bits of color. As someone who is very sensitive to the tone of light coming through the windows, this would allow for white light to come through the windows and still...
Ooh, I bet a collection of these perforated hurricanes would emit the most lovely glow around a room. I'd like one in every size.
I have a few tufted upholstery projects I've been thinking about recently, and one of the biggest hurdles is finding the right fabric for the job. I want something unique and beautiful, but because of the tufts, it can't have a very prominent print on it. This herringbone would provide some...
This is a fun, feminine fabric that's perfect for curtains, a great pelmet box or some pillows in a nursery.
Loop D Loop Fabric
I'd love to see this effervescent pattern covering a couple of armchairs. This blockprinted linen from John Robshaw would lend a convivial and international spirit all rolled into one!
This gorgeous arboreal pattern's black and white palette is striking and beautiful. Use it to cover a sofa or perhaps to create a stunning shower curtain.
This medium-size print would be great for a chair (I'd love it on a spindle chair) or a headboard. You could even do a sofa, as long as it is tailored and has clean lines.
This fun fabric from Galbraith in Paul is a bit modern, a bit coastal, a bit botanical, and a lot stylish. It's contemporary and eclectic at the same time, and comes in several vibrant color combinations.
This would make a beautiful sofa. It would be a statement without being flashy or trendy, and the dark, neutral color would mix well with printed pillows and drapes.
Lattice Bamboo Fabric
I've always been a fan of John Robshaw's textiles, and this handsome pattern would appeal to both men and women alike. I'm keen on a few throw pillows for my sunroom.
This wonderful circles print has become a classic. I think if Charles and Ray were alive today they would have loved this fabric.
Bold, bright and beautiful. Thomas Paul delivers accessible style through his partnership with Duralee.
Supermodel IMAN is taking her impeccable fashion sense and applying it to fabrics for the home. This striking print comes in several stunning colors.
Charming! Birds have been a popular motif in textiles for centuries, and Galbraith & Paul does it so well here. I love the feminine, Asian-inspired look of this print.
Here's another way to add to a room and make a theme without going overboard. Simple window treatments made from this precious dog fabric would do just the trick! I plan to use this in my little boy's room.
Doggy Days Fabric
You could use this broad striped black and white fabric to re-cover some pillows or a chair you already have.
Decorating for man's best friend doesn't have to be cheesy in order to be a little on-the-nose. I would totally channel my inner post-modernist and decorate a doggy pillow for my pet (if I had one).
There is something about a ginkgo leaf pattern that is so restful and beautiful. So much so, you forget about how badly those trees can STINK (It has something to do with planting a male and female tree within a certain amount of space of each other - then they get those STINKGO berries). Anyway, I...
We first discovered this gorgeous fabric on a Betsy Burnham daybed and have been admiring it ever since. Available in a range of colors, this orange is unexpected and fun to layer more patterns and colors upon.
This matelasse with framed floral is a great choice for curtains, pillows and furniture upholstery. Perfect for a traditional space.
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.
Tropical in pattern, but fresh and lively in a bright kelly green, Coral Bay from Kravet is a perfect poolside fabric.
We've seen quilting on everything from bedding to clothing and furniture. Now the motif makes its presence known on dinnerware, adding texture and dimension to this solid-color dinnerware set. The pedestal bowl adds another charming note. Handcrafted o...
A statuesque shape on a smaller scale, this handmade glass pedestal bowl is fitted with an inset lid for serving, bed or bath. Mix with our other glass servers to create a landscape effect for cheese presentations, buffets and cocktail snacks.Handmade glassChip-resistant flame-melted rimHand...
Bristol Covered Server