2,381 fabricating Kids Design Photos

Jeanette Lunde
Kids room
Ideabooks8,174
Questions2
random pieces of fabric to add color
fabric stretched over a wood frame
fabric wrapped on wood frame for big space above couch
Fabric "picture" on wall:) Master bedroom?...
Fabric covered frame on white wall
using fabric as art on wall
Stretch vintage fabric onto a canvas for instant, low-maintenance art — perfect for kids' spaces and craft rooms.
Random pieces of fabric are another budget-friendly
budget-friendly way to decorate a wall. Affix your favorite remnant to a wooden stretcher, or cut your fabric into pieces and make a pair or a grouping of three …
Vintage fabric becomes wall art when stretched and stapled over a canvas form.
Whether your toddler wants to populate the bench with dolls, trucks, clothes or what have you, an antique bench with a cushion upholstered in playful fabric adds a youthful charm to the space. It’s also the perfect spot for your toddler to learn how to tie his shoes.
“Toy box” — lolohowell
Potter Craft
The Handbuilt Home by Ana White
Ideabooks322
Questions1
using fabric to hide storage area
Sink skirt. Ruffles cover the storage area under the play sink. The ruffles are sewn to a heavier fabric to help it hang straight. Dimensions (before sewing): Main heavier fabric piece: 15 1/2 inches wide by 17 1/2 inches long
1/2 inch. Sew the blue pom-pom row right where the top of the pink fabric and the colorful loop fabric join. The bottom ruffle hangs about 1 inch below the main piece of fabric. The edges and bottom of each ruffle hang free.
about 1/2 inch. •Sew the blue pom-pom row right where the top of the pink fabric and the colorful loop fabric join. •The bottom ruffle hangs about 1 inch below the main piece of fabric. The edges and bottom of each ruffle hang free.
“Remember to hav fun” — Ashley Fleming
Jeanette Lunde
Kids room
Ideabooks811
Questions0
triangles onto the wrong side of your fabric; cut with fabric scissors or pinking shears. Once you have a pile of triangles, fold the top of each one over a piece of twine and hot glue in place.
Use scraps to make fabric bunting---I can do this at the
whip up a bunting. Start with fabric in a pretty pattern — it could be scraps
wrong side of your fabric; cut with fabric scissors or pinking shears. Once you have a pile of triangles, fold the top of each one over a piece of twine and hot glue in place.
have zeta make party banners out of fabric remnants ….
Easy scrap-fabric bunting. Even if you
bunting. Start with fabric in a pretty pattern — it could be scraps from your stash or pieces cut from an old shirt or vintage pillowcase. Make a triangle-shaped template from a piece of card stock and use that to trace triangles onto the wrong side of your fabric; cut with fabric scissors or pinking
“Easy scrap-fabric bunting. Even if you don’t have a sewing machine, you can still easily whip up a” — ccala
The Consulting House Inc.
6 Reviews
High Rise Living
Ideabooks2,171
Questions6
How did you put the fabric on the ceiling?
You will need to measure out the space to make sure you purchase enough fabric. I used fabric that has different tinting depending upon how it lays. This gives the illusion that there is greater variation of fabric than there really is.
I had my upholster install the fabric on the ceiling. He used some kind of bracket at the four corners of the room and then he gathered the fabric around the center of the ceiling with the light fixture.
fabric on the ceiling and the pictures on the clothes lines behind the bed are a cool idea... fabric could be looser
the fabric detail on the ceiling
Love the fabric on the ceiling
like the look but not the color scheme. like the lights, fabric on the ceiling and the drawers
“lauryns room” — kathgaleana
Period Homes, Inc.
2009 Southern Accents Showhome
Ideabooks4,417
Questions7
Where is the floral fabric from?
Where did you get the fabric for the bench? It is gorgeous.
hi where did you get the fabric....the room is stunning!
the wall hanging fabric minus the large flower print
Cute fabric drapery, I like the idea
Very interesting fabric treatment above bed...kind of dream-like.
white, slight color to walls, bright floral fabric
“love this bedroom” — idamae1947
Hage Creative
Private Residence
Ideabooks1,268
Questions1
the fabric draping on the ceiling
Use of fabric on the ceiling!
12. Try some fun fabricDraping exudes a sense of softness and comfort. These canopies work particularly well in children’s rooms where themes of wonder, fantasy and daydreaming abound. Soft shades and subtle prints (as seen here) contribute to an overall sense of calm and make the room feel like a special
“love the ceiliing and floor dreaming!” — Connie Lopez
McCroskey Interiors
8 Reviews
McCroskey Interiors
Ideabooks16,406
Questions19
Fabric for bench at end of bed.
Can you please tell me where I can find the fabric that is on the small bench at the end of the bed?
Love the window treatments! Can you Plc tell me the name of the fabric?
starting point for the upholster. Like I mentioned, the expensive part is not the cornice itself but the fabric. Depending on the size of the bed, your cornice will only take 1 to 2 yards of fabric...the draperies will take anywhere from 10-16 yards depending on your ceiling height and width of cornice
The pictures were made from fabrics found and framed. Thanks!
These fabrics are from Annie Selke's collection - Shalini Taupe Raspberry, Esha Raspberry Pink, and Seema Raspberry.
The fabric at the end of the bed is from Calico Corners. Thanks!
“Framed art” — hhblack
Kathryn
Sarah Richardson
Ideabooks2,286
Questions5
I'm SO in love with the fabric on the chair! Where did it come from?
I love this chair! Does it glide? What's the fabric? Where can I get it?!
Can you please tell me where the fabric on the ottoman comes from? Thanks!
the mix of fabrics against a serene backdrop
and the fabric on the chair
Love the fabric as a mural.
I like the fabric on the stool
Love the chair and the fabric
“Chair fabric” — margee
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