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Kelly Brasch Interiors
Family Room with Tuscan Flair
love the couch style and color. what is the manufacturer and fabric
What's the fabric on the recliners?
furniture fabric, but this room was completed 8 years ago and I no longer have the details of the fabric name.
The manufacturer of the sofa is King Hickory,the fabric is called
I love the richness of the Decatur Buff
Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
ABC Glass and Mirror, Inc. is a family owned and operated business with over 40 years of owner industry experience and over 150 years of combined experience.
Digs By Katie | Katie Leede & Company
Wood instead of blue padding, but something like that in the center to give it a good rich look, but not overly dark
Make our own with vintage fabric
Different fabrics on bed
fabric draped headboard
Fabric slung over headboard
Head board fabric...antique fabric...Cream Fabric
Morroccan Living Room
This is such a stunning design. Can you please tell me where you purchased the finials for the fabric? All is beautiful!
Can you tell me what size are the medallions and the spacing between them? Also, what is the width of the fabric? Did you use pleats? Thanks!
Mary, thanks. That idea would be fine for lighter drapes but my panels will be at least ten feet tall, lined, and the fabric is heavy. My problem is finding a local area interior designer/window treatment retailed that I can order medallions from. I have already encountered
Drapery fabric for living room....love the large pattern.
The richness of the material, the way they are hung & the draping @ the bottom with the tie backs
Kendall Wilkinson Design
Pacific Hillside Retreat
I love the wall color & drapery fabric
Can you share the paint color & fabric pattern? Thank you!
Can you let me know where I can find the custom fabric on the chair and the name of it
Thank you! The walls are actually a hemp wallpaper. The drapery fabric is from Colefax & Fowler, which is available to the trade. I believe the pattern has been discontinued though.
Alder and Tweed
Montage Deer Valley
Really hate plaid fabrics and furniture that has two different patterns of fabric or two different coverings (as in the leather and cloth couch in this pic)
sofa using multi fabrics..do you like this look
not that fabric but like the size of the tufted pouf
rich colors & leathers
Furniture, decor, fabrics
Emily Elizabeth Interior Design
the name of that red paisley fabric? I really love the colors!
A local fabric store might have some of the same fabric you could then turn into curtains
accent pillows. Don't go overboard with too many dog fabrics in one room. Too much of a good thing ... is not very good.
At first glance, the rich red print on the ottoman and throw pillows in this
Debbie Basnett, Vintage Scout Interiors
Western Springs Living Room
what type of fabric is this? I would love a navy blue chenille or microsuade. ( have kids and a dog). any suggestions on where to find? thanks
Here is a link to the Curtain Fabric online. It is a Thomas Paul for Duralee Print. ...
This sofa is approximately $5000- $6000 as shown, depending on fabric. The fabric on it is discontinued. Feel free to email us if you are interested. Thx!
The fabric is by Thomas Paul - it's Aviary in the Maize color. Last I checked you could get it online at ....
Ashley, Sectional can be purchased through our store, Vintage Scout Interiors. The fabric is discontinued, however we could find one similar; it's navy. The rug is from West Elm. If you'd like more information, email us at info@vintagescout
Thom Filicia Inc.
please could you tell me what fabric is on the sofa in this image many thanks Nicki
I would love to know where that fabric came from! Please.
Really like the built in bookcases, the fabric on sofa and the mirror detail
Dilemma: Bland and boringSolution: Spice things up with rich details. A room without books and interesting fabrics can feel bland. If your living room is full of new furniture and accessories, it might be time to mark your calender and hit a few local flea markets and antiques fairs. Quirky objects are