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Add the delight of poppies to your fabric palette with this striking print from Thom Filicia (love him!).
I wish my budget was a wee bit bigger so that I could stock up on handmade duvet covers and pillow shams from Etsy seller Gatehouse Lane. This is pure, pink and peachy perfection!
Add an unusual touch of light to your daughter's space with this antiqued wall sconce. With beautiful texture and detail, a few of these around a room will add a pleasant glow and elegant vibe.
This beautiful fabric by Thomas Paul comes in a variety of colors, and will add intricate designs that have a bit of pop to them to your upholstered pieces.
A design staple in the NoMad Hotel is the reoccurring use of rich gold damask upholstery on standing room screens.
This glitzy chandelier will add bling to any room. It features a satin drum shade with flower wreath cutouts, and tiered crystal bead strands hang from the center to reflect and disperse light.
Here the suzani pattern is simplified and paired with a rich purple, brown and silver colorway. I imagine using this fabric for pillows, drapery or the back of a dining chair.
Fahri Grape Fabric
This gorgeous fabric from Martyn Lawrence-Bullard will add an exotic geometric element to your home.
A cozy spot to curl up and read books or draw is a must for an inspiring kid's room. I love the idea of a traditional, grown-up chair re-sized just for the kiddos.
This was another cool Ikea find. I got 2 of them, and I love the way they glow against the wall when used with a soft light bulb.
This is a quilt pattern called "Wonky Little Houses." I love its playful look. It was designed by my friend (and super talented artist) Carrie Bloomston.
This heathered wool fabric brings a soft and cozy addition to any space that involves a little reupholstery work. I love the idea of using it as a base and building up with color in the form of pillows and throws.
I would use a linen with a slightly metallic finish, such as this one from Ralph Lauren Home, to make a pair of pillows.
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.
This globe of constellations is much smaller than it looks (only 5 inches), but it contains the universe — or our visible universe, rather.
Illuminated Star Globe
One of the most vital pieces for new-parenting comfort, this swivel glider and ottoman provides a wonderful place for snuggling with your infant. Plus it looks fabulous when not in use. Don't you just love the light piping?
I'm so excited to see Allegra Hicks bringing her wonderful, inherited design sense to the masses. This lovely botanical fabric is subdued, relaxing, and perfect for modernizing beachy decor. Dimensions: Yard of fabric is 54"w. 100% cotton. Price is for one yard.
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.
A really wonderful hand print from India in a linen/cotton mix. I think an armchair slipcovered in this would be fabulous!
I love the unexpected palette and use of black as a background color in this fabric. Paired with dark wood tones, dark walls, and creams and blues, this fabric would make a dramatic and cozy statement for a little boy or girl.
Add a pop of pink to your daughter's room with this dot quilt and sham. Bold pink outlines a soft quilt to add fun color without overwhelming.
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 watermelon-colored velvet would look great on these vintage chairs. Velvet is traditional, but the color is a contemporary shade of pink, without being as daring as fuchsia.
The texture on this fabric is amazing; the photo doesn't do it justice. The background is a light pink/lavender and the flower centers are a beautiful gold embroidery. I would use this fabric for curtains.
Add a delightful detail to a classic ballerina's space with this ballerina base and shade. Sleek and simple, this little dancer will get pleasant spotlight when the soft light shines down.Crafted of solid wood with hand-painted details.
What kid doesn't want a secret fort? This play tent, or tipi, is one of the best looking of the bunch with its colorful folksy pattern. (Hey, this grownup would love to take a nap in it too!)
Tipi par Nathalie Lété
Avery Table And Chairs
Nothing beats Fatboy for child-resistant seating. Their beanbags are available in a rainbow of colors and patterns, but I'm a huge fan of this bold Marimekko print.
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