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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.
There are plenty of blossom-inspired fabrics available, but I think this one is pretty enough to frame as art.
If you are at all crafty, pick up some faux bois fabric and whip up something custom for your home. My favorite pattern is this one from Joel Dewberry. There are a wide variety of colors, but most of them are out of print, so you may need to do a little digging to find the color you're looking for.
A sectional big enough for the entire family makes a great spot for movie night, lounging and afternoon naps. Choose one in a durable fabric, preferably in a color that will hide dirt and other messes.
Kaspar Slate Gray Fabric Modern...
This quatrefoil-like pattern works with a range of room styles, and would look equally good in a bedroom, dining room or anywhere else that you're looking for a subtle geometric pop.
A fresh fretwork pattern like this makes an easy and appealing addition to any room. I'd pair with a floral and use in a bathroom or feminine bedroom, but there really are innumerable styles and applications for which it could be used.
This beautiful fabric by Thomas Paul for Duralee will brighten up your home with its cheerful yellow dahlias.
This vibrant pattern has sustained its popularity for quite a few years, whether you choose to cover a chair or loveseat with it, buy a drum pendant fashioned from it, or simply want to add some fun throw pillows that pack a punch.
I just love this fabric! I love the touch of turquoise too. I would upholster dining room chairs, make pillows or make drapes with this.
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.
This is such a fun pattern! The simple color scheme and the ornate print would make for a fantastic headboard.
This drapery fabric would be great for homemade drapes. It's lightweight and has a lot of white in the print with only little bits of color. As someone who is very sensitive to the tone of light coming through the windows, this would allow for white light to come through the windows and still...
This is a fun, feminine fabric that's perfect for curtains, a great pelmet box or some pillows in a nursery.
Loop D Loop Fabric
Charming! Birds have been a popular motif in textiles for centuries, and Galbraith & Paul does it so well here. I love the feminine, Asian-inspired look of this print.
I love this pattern. It's atypical from what I've seen around in the home decor realms. While it is a bold print, it's in a neutral tone, which would be perfect for mixing with other prints.
Theo Fabric, Marble
This gray and white damask fabric is very stunning, and I love the idea of using it for curtains. The design is beautiful, and would even work for throw pillows or bedding.
This fun fabric from Galbraith in Paul is a bit modern, a bit coastal, a bit botanical, and a lot stylish. It's contemporary and eclectic at the same time, and comes in several vibrant color combinations.
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.
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.
Malabar Coral Fabric
Trina Turk's line of indoor/outdoor fabric in collaboration with Schumacher is just want you'd expect from the two brands. From Turk, it's chic and modern. From Schumacher, it's durable and of the best quality. Sounds like a winning match to me.
Appropriately named "Scallop," Studio Bon has created fabric in the quintessential repeated-shell pattern.
I love the way this fabric is geometric and a bit exotic. It comes in a range of beautiful colors, but the bubble gum pink is the most fun hue in the bunch.
Annie Selke Links Fabric