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Bed linens so beautiful they are called "Elegance." Designed from cut-velvet jacquard and accents of shirred silk, it's easy to understand how this bedding set acquired its name.
How stunning is this upholstery fabric? My first thought was to line the walls of a small stately space with it. The look would be luxe and dramatic.
If you're not sure about committing to a lot of ice cream color, here's a great bedding set with just the right amount.
Butik76 has several pretty oilcloth options that you wouldn't mind leaving on the table even after the crafts are all put away. I have several favorites and Obi Grey is one of them.
I chose this Robert Allen slub linen for the couch slipcover. Tip: Prewash linen before you make the slipcover to avoid shrinkage when you wash it later.
We can always count on Oscar de la Renta to bring glamour to the party. This ribbon fabric would look so fabulous as window panels.
Currey and Co does it again. This is so graceful and delicate and then BAM! The color. I love this light way too much! In an entry or bath or hallway where there is no room for artwork or much of anything, this is your light!
I love the light gray background of this fabric. I think a chair would look great upholstered in this.
Tropical in pattern, but fresh and lively in a bright kelly green, Coral Bay from Kravet is a perfect poolside fabric.
This butterfly print is simple and pretty. I think the rich yellow tone would look perfectly lovely paired with blush pink in a kids' room.
Firescreens are necessary for protecting your floors from wayward embers but I want them to be beautiful and decorative, too. This firescreen definitely meets both standards and would be a handsome accent piece for a living room or bedroom.
Metal Fireplace Screen
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.
Super-soft linen and cotton sheets with a sand-colored trim would be perfect with a wicker bed frame.
This pattern just feels like summer, doesn't it? I love the idea of upholstering a couple outdoor chairs in these and lounging in the sun with a glass of lemonade.
I like the traditional, understated elegance of this stripe. It's a great patriotic fabric for a stately dining room or even a casual beach abode.
I love the color of this charcoal linen. I just ordered a few of these shams to mix and match with the bedding in my master bedroom. You can't go wrong mixing this in with some pattern.
Fabric designer Scalamandre’s “Le Tigre” cut velvet looks so good; designers can't get enough of it. It usually sells for $2,000 a yard, so this deal a steal.
I'll never tire of folksy patterns of trees, hearts and flowers. These cherry red letterpress coasters feature a whimsical tree pattern that would brighten a party table.
I would use these reusable wall stickers in various places throughout the room to add some modern flair to a space.
Although the mustard yellow in this quilt isn't my favorite, the pattern is uniquely modern. This is a quilt that even a teenage boy could live with, as a topper to navy sheets.
Lisa Congdon has an amazing eye for color and detail. Her work is iconic and beautiful. I definitely need one of her birchscapes.
Stripes are so versatile, and I think this navy stripe has such a handsome, masculine quality to it. It would be great on a pair of club chairs in a den.
Bayside 460 Cadet Fabric
This unique coverlet was hand-embroidered in Mexico. Bring this fun and eclectic tradition to your bedscape and inspire good dreams.
Mrs. Pear couldn't be sweeter. Despite her melancholy expression, there's something charming and cheerful about her. She makes me want to reach out and hug her and somehow evokes a simpler time.
Imagine this constellation fabric as the upholstery fabric on a glider — talk about a cool rocker for a nursery!
Crewel fabric is so beautiful, and its embroidery adds incredible dimension. The red background makes this one feel so rich.
If your space needs a touch of drama, this antique candelabra fits the bill. I would use this piece in a client's home that has soaring ceilings. I love that it adds the element of light as well.
Kelly Wearstler's Rhapsody is the most beautiful pink coffee table book. I am obsessing over its gold cover.
I did not know that West Elm sold fabric by the yard, but I recently came across this one when looking for a neutral ikat/chevron print. And the price is great for a print like this.
Make your own embroidered tree with this pattern of a simply modern tree of hearts. Choose your own colors and add a tree to a pillowcase, tea towel or hang as wall art.
This sustainably-harvested plywood panel features a high-contrast scene that nods at old-school Scandinavia. Equally intriguing and understated, display this print on its own or with others of its kind for a unique nursery collection.
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