Guest Picks: Peppy Fabrics in Time for Spring
These springy dots adorning a 100 percent cotton fabric by Duralee would make a fabulous addition to your porch.
This indoor/outdoor abstract upholstery-weight fabric by Mokum should look mighty fine against your teak chaise lounge.
This cotton and linen blend fabric offers zippy lines in playful zigs and zags that are to die for.
This cool and fresh shade of green makes my heart beat faster. The cotton blend would hold up superbly on an armchair or ottoman.
I am bananas for this banana print by Duralee! It's a wonderfully sturdy indoor/outdoor fabric.
Stripes just make my day. I love this cheerful combo of blues and greens.
The sun surely is shining on this Japanese Tree printed linen fabric from Timourous Beasties. It comes in fabulous colorways and should not be missed.
These birds on a branch climbing along a Timorous Beasties fabric bolt are truly a feast for the eyes.
This 100 percent Sunbrella fabric would look ideal against midcentury chairs. Think of it as a durable option for kids' rooms as well.
On a budget? Consider this printed fabric from Ikea. You can't beat the price.
This 100 percent cotton duck print by Duralee mimics the delicate growths of early spring.
This budget-friendly outdoor fabric made of 100 percent polyester may just do the trick for those garden pillows. Just make sure you don't lose them in the grass!
Ferrick Mason's Tropicana pattern makes my heart sing. It exemplifies a beautifully hand-blocked linen fabric.
This classic and elegant green geometric pattern can't go wrong.
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 refined citrine print on an indoor/outdoor fabric is sure to do wonders in your space.
This soft and muted linen and rayon blend fabric by John Robshaw is sure to appeal to all kinds of homeowners.
Outdoor fabrics are not what they used to be — and that's a good thing! Consider this fabulous woven fabric by Kravet. There's nothing boring about it.
Eileen K. Boyd knows how to design with color, and her fabric lines clearly illustrate that fact.
I am crazy for this textured woven fabric that screams freshly cut grass against a glorious blue sky.Next: Outdoor Fabric Joins the In Crowd