417 Eclectic Upholstery 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 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
Rustic but elegant, I like to think this fabric would be perfectly at home in an "upscale" farmhouse. It has that high end burlap look, which really compliments the designer's casual twist on a damask.
Acorn Filigree Damask
Brunschwig and Fils brings three of this year's most popular Pantone colors together in this beautiful pattern. It is just bursting with sophistication.
A school of block printed fish swim across a linen/cotton fabric. NEW! Upholstery-weight, hand screen-printed.
Shiga Fabric: Discount Designer Red Floral French Cotton Blend. Perfect for bedding, drapery, curtains, and pillows.
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
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.
A sea shell scallop, sand dollar, star fish fabric. This matelasse fabric gives the effect is of a quilted fabric, it is neat!
A coral fabric with orange, pink, and salmon coral trees. An interesting ocean coral fabric for those who want something a bit different.
Cheerful and whimsical, this pretty pattern airs a bit of sophistication as well. I envision pillows on a teenage girl's bed or dining room chairs upholstered in this fabric. Small doses of this pattern could have a powerful effect.
Wouldn't this fabric be lovely in a nursery? Whether used for curtains or stretched on a canvas, it has a sweetness that can't be beat.
I love this flat pattern and the little added dimension of the analogous color scheme. This would be perfect in the kitchen for short drapes or tea towels. Or, if you're really crafty (or know someone who is), this print would make for fantastic oven mitts!
50% silk/ 50% cotton ikat fabric. Handwoven on handlooms. Natural dyes. 15" wide. Woven in Uzbekistan. Priced by the linear yard. Order full yards only. Light fuschia. Repeat: 6.5" h x 6" v.
Mally Skok's Rohet Blue fabric is just heavenly and takes me straight to the beach. Imagine this fabric as a gorgeous duvet cover or simple panels framing the water view. It would be the most perfect dose of blue for a cottage.
This ikat is woven with beautiful shades of pool blue, taupe and chartreuse accents all on a soft ivory background. It's one of the prettiest ikats I've seen in some time, and it's even more beautiful in person.
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
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'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 beautiful fabric by Thomas Paul for Duralee will brighten up your home with its cheerful yellow dahlias.
BARDOT: A contemporary look at traditional brocade - inspired by French and Japanese florals – with a fresh and lively color palette.
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