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Country French Estate
Soft curves and the repeating toile pattern in this French
Toile is a printed fabric that features a narrative design, often portraying the French countryside. Using blue and white toile fabrics and wall coverings is a sophisticated way to bring a traditional feel to any room.More:Color: Dressing Up With Navy Blue
sophisticated toile fabric, disappears into the matching wall covering. Repeating the pattern of the wall covering on the window treatment emphasizes the arched tub opening and adjacent cabinetry, not the shade. Style tip: This effect works just as well with solid colors. Choose a fabric in a shade similar
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Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Ewing House Colonial Williamsburg
Like idea but not the toil
Not the toile. I really hate toile.
Could be neat fabric for my oldest sons room.
I would love the toile on black leather
toile drapes and bed for guest room?
Interesting use of toile to make a graphic, unisex space.
love this black toile fabric and style of bed
Black and white toile
Toile and paint are great
love the matching fabric
Toile bedding...the chair and toile...Toile fabric...Black & White Toile...Trad toile...love the fabric
“Restrained color palette lends a soothing air to this Victorian bedroom” — Jennifer A. Emmer/Feng Shui Style
Sara Bates
My Houzz: Vintage Farmhouse Style
under window i love this fabric
crown molding in the dining room. She also created custom window treatments using a combination of drop cloths and inexpensive fabric from an online retailer. Toile fabric: Fabric.com; brown curtain panels: Sanela, Ikea; light fixture: Sea Gull Lighting, Lowe's
fabric chairs
“chairs” — juliestinson
Sue Murphy Designs
Lake Arrowhead Country French Kitchen
Blue toile kitchen - eating area
I like the trim around the windows and the fabric on the dining chairs.
table, toile print, soothing color......would love to dine there....
what color is light fixture? toile wallpaper
Combining toile fabrics and toile wallpapers is still popular, though it's done a bit more sedately today than it was in the 18th Century. Due to its regularly-cycling popularity over the course of the last 250 years, using toile today could be called timeless without the least bit of exaggeration.
“chandelier and valances” — blange01
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
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2011 HHL Living Room
Are these drapes custom? What color is the fabric and where can I purchase the fabric from? Thanks
This looks like a Silva Furniture - St. James chair in a custom fabric. http://www.silva4home.com/stjames.shtml
I learned that the sofa was custom made - so I'm sure the chairs were at least special ordered from a showroom in those fabrics, not off the shelf/regular retail items.
like entire room minus toile upholstery
of styles. Tip: If you're considering reupholstering a chair with toile fabric, consider its shape. If the chair has many seams, you'll have to match up the scenery in the toile. That's much more difficult than reupholstering chairs such as these, on which the pattern simply covers one smooth side of
“Toile with navy sofa.” — lisask12
Caitlin Wilson
Black + White Office
Would love to know who makes the periwinkle toile fabric - any info? thanks...
David Hicks B&W with blue toile fabric
Mixing of fabric. Geometric and toile
The periwinkle toile pillows steal the show — even in a bold, contemporary space like this one. Tip: For a similar fabric, check out this blue toile by designer Thomas Paul.
7. Opposites Attract. White-on-periwinkle toile meets David Hicks' geometric La Fiorentina,
Consider using only two fabrics for the 2-2-1 arrangement. Here you'll find that the center bolster pillow's toile fabric smartly matches that of the end pillows.
white walls — into a statement piece. Bold geometric shapes continue to be on trend, and this pattern serves as a great foil for the blue and white toile pillows.
“Nice colours” — hanoufalsomait
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
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2011 HHL Living Room
french toile on back of chairs
The fabric on the curved chairs are fantastic!
looks like a Silva Furniture - St. James chair in a custom fabric. http://www.silva4home.com/stjames.shtml
Contemporary chair- with toile is beautiful combination
can copy the look? CE: Ironically, attention to detail creates an effortless look. For example, upholstering the back of the club chairs in this toile fabric highlights the shape of the chair and accents its curves. Keeping accessories simple and clean maintains the freshness of the space. Last, choose
“Black fireplace” — scottbj
Johnson Berman
Hunting Lodge - Oxford, Maryland
you're not sure you want that much stimulation, start small by sprinkling in accents such as lamps and pillows. A subtler use of red, such as a toile fabric, could work too.Learn when to use red in the kitchen
“love the colour” — moricmr
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