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Thursday, September 27, 2012

Yummy Fabrics

Don't these fabrics make you happy?
I do not try to use this blog to promote my design business, as a rule, but I just had to show you all (not y'all, since I live in Georgia, but grew up in the north) how wonderfully this room is coming together.  I always try to protect my clients' privacy, but let's just take a peek at the choices we've made for this beautiful room.  We're buying no new furniture, but recovering ten pieces that she already owns.  The lay-out won't change, but it will be a huge change in the looks of the room.  There will be a pair of tufted chairs in this blue geometric and a pair of club chairs in this blue strie twill. 

Look at the colors in this fabric!!!  This is a very traditional pattern, going back to colonial times, but produced here in current, vibrant colors.  As we pondered this sample draped on the sofa, we noticed that the Encore azaleas just outside the window had blooms the exact shade of this coral background!  There will be four game chairs covered in a matching herringbone chenille, which I forgot to photograph.  This room has white walls and a soaring ceiling and is filled with light from a huge Palladian window and French doors. This all looks out onto a magnificent garden.  You can see a post I did this spring at this home here.  

Throw pillows from this linen will be trimmed out with this tape and fringe in cream and French blue.  I'm sorry that I didn't get a photo of the ottoman fabric, either, but it is a perfect complement to the others.  The workrooms should be working on this as we speak, so I'm eagerly awaiting load-in day!


  1. I think you should definitely promote your design business on this blog, if it means we get to see all the wonderful work you do!! Love the fabrics you've chosen. Hoping your client will allow us a peak at the finished product :)

  2. I love the colors but especially the texture. We need to teach our daughters to do's very helpful and fun!


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