104 Mediterranean Kids Products
Unlike an adult bedroom, where relaxation is key, a kids’ bedroom is constantly full of energy. A children’s room needs to be equipped to handle any and all activities, including sleeping, coloring, doing homework, roughhousing with friends and playing with toys. Accommodating so much can be a challenge, especially when so many bedrooms are far from spacious. To find room for the mini table and chairs, dresser, toy chest and kids’ bed, some serious organization needs to take place; even nurseries, with their changing table, baby swing, cribs and rocking chair, can be quite daunting. Make everything fit by strategically filling every inch with just-right mediterranean furniture pieces for the right price. More
We first discovered this gorgeous fabric on a Betsy Burnham daybed and have been admiring it ever since. Available in a range of colors, this orange is unexpected and fun to layer more patterns and colors upon.
Matelasse Greek Key 100% Silk Upholstery Fabric in Pearl White. Geometric Print ideal for reupholstering sofa, chairs, and other furniture, or accent pillows.
The undulating widths of these stripes give them a hand-drawn look that feels less rigid and more flowingly natural — reminiscent of a towel unfurled on a Greek beach. I think it would look lovely used for a set of curtains in a crisp and clean room.
This is such a fun pattern! The simple color scheme and the ornate print would make for a fantastic headboard.
This Suzani tapestry fabric is perfect and available by the yard. Choose your size, and create the wall hanging of your dreams.
Who wouldn't want a little Greek Isles inspiration in their own backyard? Cover your outdoor furniture in this sturdy fabric from Schumacher, and you'll feel transported in no time.
We would love to cover a pair of armchairs in this fabulous coral ikat from Ballard. They'd go well with an off-white sofa in a living room.
The picture of this fabric does not do it justice. It is beautiful. I would use this fabric for pillows, bedding or drapes.
This medium-size print would be great for a chair (I'd love it on a spindle chair) or a headboard. You could even do a sofa, as long as it is tailored and has clean lines.
Sometimes a neutral color can work wonders in a space full of children's toys and books. This soft tan and antique white trellis print would help to ground a busy playspace.
I don't like to play favorites, but I'm going to 'fess up – this is one of my all-time favorite fabrics. It's exotic, it's intricate and it's unique. Sold.
This beautiful and exotic fabric is especially fun when it's used as upholstery on a French chair, like a Louis or a Bergere.
A classic trellis print is reinvigorated in a sweet lilac purple color for a playroom or girl's space.
For a hint of elegance and the exotic, consider this pillow as an accent to your child' bedroom. The sheen of the fabric helps showcase the cool Mediterranean colors that will look great in any space.
Coral, pink and red is a color combination that I adore. This geometric floral (yes, you can have both) is a showstopper.
I love the lines provided by this exotic Ikat pattern; it shakes up the way we've been seeing Ikat presented everywhere lately.
Bring the exotic beauty of Morocco to your upholstery with this fabulous print from Martyn Lawrence Bullard. This one is Sahara Blue.
The traditional Moroccan pouf makes a fabulous coffee table, footstool or soft seat for kids. It's stylish enough to use in any room and sturdy enough to handle a climbing kidlet.
Ceiling Medallion in Mediterranean Vine design, shown in distressed pink. Cast in lightweight resin from my hand carved original. Ships within two weeks and Free Shipping within Cont. US. www.mariericci.com $145
Mix and match custom-chosen fabrics to create the exact nursery you want. This modern vintage print hints at the exotic with its teal and tan detailing. Perfect for pairing with a smaller print.
Beautiful greyish green French ticking with accents of ecru and yellow in the weave. This is a large piece for an upholstery project.
This may be Peter Dunham's most popular fabric, and I can certainly see why. It's a bit exotic, geometric, and the shade of blue is perfect with the subdued shade of red. Stunning!
Inspired by nature, these original mosaic tables are truly works of art. Table tops are fashioned from as many as 2,000 hand-cut tiles of stained glass and tumbled marble they are molded with a unique process that leaves the top and sides completely smooth. Though imitations abound - none can...
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