Guest Picks: 20 Paisley Fabrics to Perk Up Your Place
I consider this a classic paisley pattern, and I love how the soft color palette lends itself to a multitude of uses. How about a shower curtain in a colorful bathroom?
The bold, happy colors and shapes of this paisley really caught my attention. I love the look of the painterly flowers used in conjunction with the classic paisley kidney shape.
Although I often turn to paisley fabrics for their color, they can also be wonderfully sophisticated and neutral. This one is particularly elegant.
This type of paisley with an open and repetitive motif might be my favorite. It would be beautiful as curtains or bedding.
This is a take on paisley that I really love. The colorway is outstanding, and the pattern doesn’t feel too busy.
Here’s an example of the traditional kidney-shaped paisley motif mixing with other patterns. I absolutely love the soft sea green background, and think it would be lovely in a beach house.
Paisley meets ikat in this super-chic tribal fabric in tones of inky blue and gray.
Jewel tones, a range of color and lots of movement make this fabric quite the attention-getter. I would use it in small doses to tie a variety of colors together in a space.
This paisley feels sweet and delicate. It would look great in a gender-neutral nursery.
I love, love this combination of paisley and stripes! I’m also enamored with the sweet color palette of orchid and purple. It would be beautiful for a guest bedroom when paired with lots of white.
Classic paisley in soft blues and greens is the perfect starting point for a little boy’s room.
This pattern is intricate, but the limited color palette keeps it feeling airy and simple. And the tone of chartreuse is stunning!
This paisley has always been a favorite of mine. I’d love to use it in large doses as curtains or maybe even sofa upholstery.
I really love the denim blue with pops of red in this paisley; it’s very patriotic. It would work well in a country home.
If you’re looking to add a little boho flair to your decor, this paisley with an unexpected floral twist is an excellent way to do it.
I’m totally in love with these colors and the painterly effect of this paisley. It’s a great contender for a girl’s bedroom.
I think this paisley would be right at home in nautical settings, perhaps on a sofa with navy blue piping.
I used this fabric for a client’s dining room curtains, and we both loved it. It’s a nice large repeating pattern in fun colors.
This fabric is indoor-outdoor, so you can bring paisley to your patio too!
This gorgeous red fabric really speaks to paisley’s Persian and Indian roots. I love the rich exotic hue.Next: Paisley Takes a Turn for the Mod