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This teal fabric is great to add color to any piece of furniture. I like to see it on benches by the ends of beds.
Jacobean florals always catch my eye, and I love the combination of mustard yellow, orange and brown paired with a sumptuous red.
This floral embroidery will surely brighten your day. Be a little daring and cover an antique chair with it — you won't be disappointed.
This indoor/outdoor abstract upholstery-weight fabric by Mokum should look mighty fine against your teak chaise lounge.
I really love this Old World–style ship fabric from IKEA. I could see this working in a kid's room for a nautical theme or used to upholster a bench or other smaller piece of furniture around the home. And that's a price you can't beat with a stick.
BENZY SKEPP Fabric
Trina Turk manages to mix retro, color and geometry in her fabrics. I think this sandy brown pattern is a great fit for a Roman shade, something that won't require a lot of yardage.
This is a great small-scale pattern to pair with a larger, busier pattern that has pops of yellow. I love the slightly Southwestern feel of this print too.
Floral wallpaper and fabrics are upstaging many geometrics this season. And most are vintage-inspired florals that have a watercolor and loosely drawn effect.
This floral fabric would be great in a young girl's room. It vaguely reminds me of the movie Mamma Mia!
We're wild about chevron, and this particular bright yellow hue will jolt your room into cheeriness like a big happy bolt of lightening!
Sunny yellow can be very dramatic when used in large quantities. I would love to see this print used in large, billowy curtains in a baby's room.
Lannie Dot Lemon Fabric
I absolutely adore butterfly patterns, and the mix of colors is irresistible in this fabric. Perfect for a tween or teen, as it can go soft and sweet or a bit more glam.
This is such a pretty chinoiserie toile. It is a very classic print in a monochromatic color scheme. I could see it on Roman shades in an elegant marble bathroom.
Full Sails by Robert Allen is a very elegant pink chinoiserie fabric. Use it in a bedroom for an upholstered headboard and curtains.
This fabric is perfect for the girl who loves pink and adventure! I'd use it for a bumper and crib skirt.
It took me a second look to see the wise owls in this classic toile by DwellStudio. I think it would be gorgeous in any room, but would definitely make a nursery a place where grown-ups would like to hang out.
This unique fabric from Peter Dunham is a show-stopper. Mix it with a range of other scales of prints and patterns.
This is a great, bright turquoise velvet fabric (it looks much brighter in person — true to the '90s style).
Suzani is a popular textile in today's interiors. Use it in small doses to avoid looking too "themed." A stunning suzani like this one, framed or used as a wall hanging, would transform a bland space into something extremely personal and special.
For all those spaces in need of a little patterning, look no further than the textile section at Ikea. It has lots of great modern fabrics to turn into your next project.
These pink and brown owls looking over their shoulders would be a wonderful color palette for a baby girl's room. The pink is bold and would transition well as she gets older. The brown grounds the pattern nicely, and this fabric would look beautiful with a midcentury brass pendant. I would...
Beautiful shades of gray and taupe highlight this fabulous Latika fabric. Even with all of the pattern, it still looks neutral. It would make for a wonderful ottoman or drapery panel.
Latika Fabric, Limestone
I am a grandma at heart, and this print reminds me of something I would find in my grandma's kitchen. It would look great on a seat cushion in a breakfast nook.
This Sunbrella fabric will bring high design to your deck chairs. The indigo blue (rather than black) is more unexpected and luxe looking.
This Jungle Jubilee fabric is a recent find and a definite new favorite. I love the illustrative quality of the animals, and I think it's perfection for a sweet nursery.
Sweet as can be, this playful suzani pattern and feminine color palette is a great option for a girls' nursery or bedroom.
These owls, squirrels and raccoons would make adorable curtains in a little girl's room. The bright blues and greens would make a sweet and soothing palette.
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