582 Eclectic 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
This emu faux leather has a supple texture in orange, and is suitable for upholstery, cornice/headboards, and other decorative uses.
Carnival Designer Chenille Bright Red Upholstery Fabric in Cardinal Red. A colorful cotton blend perfect for upholstering seats, chairs, or benches.
A butterfly fabric. A butterfly toile fabric in fall colors of brown and orange. For those that love butterflies! This has a very large scale and colors has a "WOW" factor!
I love this take on chevron! I could see this colorful tile-like pattern on the bottom of a clear Mediterranean pool. The colors are amazing.
Here’s another winner for the boho crowd. I love the strong paprika color mixed with mustard in this ikat.
Eclectic medallion block print in pale blue & taupe on lightweight ivory cotton. Hand printed in India.Recover your chair. Upholster a wall. Create a framed piece of art. Sew your own home accent. Whatever your decorating project, Loom's gorgeous, designer fabrics by the yard are up to the...
A butterfly fabric. A butterfly toile fabric in summer colors of peacock blue and orange. For those that love butterflies! This has a very large scale and colors have a "WOW" factor!
We chose Checkmate toucan by Lazar for the pillow fabric so that we can tie all the elements in the room together
Colorful eclectic ikat cotton print in lilac with touches of mint, orange, & beige.Recover your chair. Upholster a wall. Create a framed piece of art. Sew your own home accent. Whatever your decorating project, Loom's gorgeous, designer fabrics by the yard are up to the challenge!
This fabric is called mint julep and I almost see the fizzing of the sparkling soda in that Kentucky Derby drink. The fabric brings in the mint tones, but in a much more interesting way — not monotone.
Thrive in Marine is a colorful upholstery fabric with an abstract floral pattern. This unique fabric works well for accent pieces or pillows. American made from a blend of 50% cotton, 30% rayon, and 11% polyester. Cleaning code: S. Repeat: 29″ V; Width: 54″.
Birds Upholstery Fabric in Orange is a discounted designer fabric with a fun, contemporary pattern. Perfect for upholstery projects or accent pillows. Made from a blend of 57% rayon and 43% cotton. This fabric passes 24,000 double rubs abrasion and CA 117 and UFAC II fire ratings. Cleaning Code: S;...
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.
A coral fabric with orange, pink, and salmon coral trees. An interesting ocean coral fabric for those who want something a bit different.
Vibrant and warm, this unique ikat balances the perfect amount of masculinity and femininity. In fact, I just ordered a swatch — it's that perfect.
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.
Don’t let your home go without any Suzani this season. This embroidered tribal pattern makes any space burst with energy and love.
BARDOT: A contemporary look at traditional brocade - inspired by French and Japanese florals – with a fresh and lively color palette.
Oversized suzani of sunbursts & flames swirling in bright coral, spring green & beige on heavy basketweave cotton. A statement for spaces modern, boho, & eclectic alike.Recover your chair. Upholster a wall. Create a framed piece of art. Sew your own home accent. Whatever your decorating project,...
These charming shacks are geometric, colorful and happy. I'm imagining them on a roman shade or a throw pillow, perhaps as a chair cushion? I can't decide, I just know I want to use it somewhere.
Brunschwig and Fils brings three of this year's most popular Pantone colors together in this beautiful pattern. It is just bursting with sophistication.
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