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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...
This quatrefoil-like pattern works with a range of room styles, and would look equally good in a bedroom, dining room or anywhere else that you're looking for a subtle geometric pop.
Trina Turk's new indoor-outdoor fabric line for Schumacher is filled with the splashy, Palm Springs–cool patterns for which the designer is known. This one is my particular favorite, and seems perfect for perking up some poolside furniture.
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 fabric would coordinate so well with this Swavelle Fabric. The print reminds me of tumbleweeds in a way. This would work perfectly for a pillow.
I have had a love affair with this fabric for quite some time. I think it's the "pattern within a pattern" that makes it interesting — it's not your everyday, run-of-the-mill chevron.
I love this pattern. It's atypical from what I've seen around in the home decor realms. While it is a bold print, it's in a neutral tone, which would be perfect for mixing with other prints.
Theo Fabric, Marble
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 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.
Bold, bright and beautiful. Thomas Paul delivers accessible style through his partnership with Duralee.
Talk about a focal point! This modern take on my favorite '70s pattern, paired with a minty-green wall color, speaks anything but vintage. Absolutely my newest favorite color: Apricot.
I love this contemporary take on botanical vines by Annie Selkie. Within the pattern there are almost paisley-like swirls, and the small print is always a nice addition to a fabric mix.
The play between positive and negative space is fantastic here. The simple color scheme is also a plus. I would use this fabric to make simple cloth napkins.
Duralee Dalesford Green
There is something quite enchanting about this design; it's young and yet sophisticated. Love the grays and oranges together!
I am totally gaga over this abstract printed fabric that features exotic architecture. So much so, I want to wrap myself in it, or perhaps have it paper-backed and wrap my walls in it. It's also available in an orange/paprika palette. Designed by Katsuji Wakisaka in 1971.
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.
I'd love this on a fully upholstered chair, complete with a skirt to the floor. It's neutral but still interesting.
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.
A coral fabric with orange, pink, and salmon coral trees. An interesting ocean coral fabric for those who want something a bit different.
Tropical, traditional, and, best of all, fun, this fabric would be the perfect way to add interest in a neutral-toned space.
Sweet William, Teal
Bring the exotic beauty of Morocco to your upholstery with this fabulous print from Martyn Lawrence Bullard. This one is Sahara Blue.
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