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mkpostma wrote:Feb 2, 2011
  • erupunk
    @jenjend My soon to be mother in law loves these and I have been looking everywhere. she actually lives by a Calico Home store, do you remember what the fabric was called you used and about how much the price rang is?
  • rpees
    I, too, would like to know the name of the fabric. I searched the Calico Web site but could not find a match.
treatments wrote:Dec 28, 2012
  • blushchristie
    Where do I get this fabric and what is it called?
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    Loom Decor
    @blushchristie- loomdecor carries a few similar fabrics and can custom make roman shades for you. check out our profile to learn more about loom! give us a shout if you're interested!
    happy decorating!:)
erupunk wrote:Mar 24, 2012
  • jenjend
    I have the same shades, ordered them at Calico Home
  • wannasave6
    Can you provide for me what kind of floors these are? Thank you!
jennifarrell wrote:Jan 7, 2013
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    AMI Design
    Antique table
jenbo4 wrote:Jan 22, 2012
  • Debbie Inge
    Where can I get an oval table like this?
susannoto1 wrote:Nov 10, 2017
    wendyrao wrote:Nov 5, 2012

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Jess McBride added this to The Art of the Window: 11 Shades That Add Style to a RoomAug 20, 2015

      8. Repeating. It is a well-worn but perennially relevant decorating adage that repeating a pattern or color three times within a space is a foolproof way to create a coordinated, visually pleasing room. Here, we see this rumored effect in living color: The delicate floral pattern featured on the shades, pillows and chair seats unifies this breakfast nook and imparts a simple, uncluttered elegance.Good for: Unifying the decor and serving as a fabric focal point that mimics art on the wall

      Margaret Everton added this to 12 Ideas for Contemporary Window DressingsJan 31, 2011

      Similarly, a contemporary vibe floats through this Edwardian-inspired breakfast nook of this coastal home. The shades add detail but keep things light and white.

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