163 bathroom modeling Upholstery Fabric
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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.
This is such a fun pattern! The simple color scheme and the ornate print would make for a fantastic headboard.
This beautiful fabric by Thomas Paul for Duralee will brighten up your home with its cheerful yellow dahlias.
This is a fun, feminine fabric that's perfect for curtains, a great pelmet box or some pillows in a nursery.
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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
I have a few tufted upholstery projects I've been thinking about recently, and one of the biggest hurdles is finding the right fabric for the job. I want something unique and beautiful, but because of the tufts, it can't have a very prominent print on it. This herringbone would provide some...
I love this brushed cotton canvas fabric with a graphic navy and cream flower motif. It would work well as window coverings or as upholstery for a statement chair.
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.
Bold, bright and beautiful. Thomas Paul delivers accessible style through his partnership with Duralee.
Pretty fabric is the easiest way to spice up your home. You can make some great pillows or why not frame it and hang it on the wall as art?
There is something quite enchanting about this design; it's young and yet sophisticated. Love the grays and oranges together!
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.
One of my favorite granny-chic patterns right now is Tree of Life by Schumacher. I would love to cover a pair of wingback chairs with it and throw on a couple of chevron print pillows.
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.
Understated yet fun, the color combo of charcoal and wasabi would stretch me beyond my comfort zone and force me to add a raspberry or turquoise accent here and there for a little somethin' somethin' extra!
Vibrant and warm, this unique ikat balances the perfect amount of masculinity and femininity. In fact, I just ordered a swatch — it's that perfect.
This gorgeous arboreal pattern's black and white palette is striking and beautiful. Use it to cover a sofa or perhaps to create a stunning shower curtain.
I am totally gaga over this abstract printed fabric that features exotic architecture. So much so, I want to wrap myself in it, or perhaps have it paper-backed and wrap my walls in it. It's also available in an orange/paprika palette. Designed by Katsuji Wakisaka in 1971.
I love that the bold gray and black stripes are broken up with fine white stripes. This fabric would be perfect for roman shades.
I imagine this fabric on a headboard. The color and design are timeless, and it will look stylish for years to come.
Mally Skok's Rohet Blue fabric is just heavenly and takes me straight to the beach. Imagine this fabric as a gorgeous duvet cover or simple panels framing the water view. It would be the most perfect dose of blue for a cottage.
I love this versatile print from Peter Dunham Textiles. It can take on a coastal look, or serve as something somewhat astrological. At the same time, it looks like something one may have picked up on a far-off trip.
These intricate swirls walk the line between traditional and eclectic because of their unconventional composition. A lovely choice for placemats, a tablecloth, throw pillows, a slipper chair, Roman shades and many other accents around the house.
The picture of this fabric does not do it justice. It is beautiful. I would use this fabric for pillows, bedding or drapes.
How fantastic would this be as a pillow on a gray armchair next to a little stool with a sweet terrarium inside? I love the mix of organic shapes with the stark color contrast.
This oversized and abstract botanical by Marimekko is like a lily pond that went through some sort of Scandinavian strainer. The lovely shade of green, the swirls and the imperfect circles all grab interest.
The bright aqua print of both the fabric and wallpaper make me smile — and they'd be the perfect backdrop to a kids room or office!
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.
Tropical, traditional, and, best of all, fun, this fabric would be the perfect way to add interest in a neutral-toned space.