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Do these go together?
kayanee
January 10, 2013 in Design Dilemma
I'm new to the website and not sure how to add to my previous thread. Does this rug and this fabric (looking to cover a chair in it) go together? I don't know, do paisley and zebra clash? Thank you.
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wmpj
I like that you're pulling blue out of the paisley print but I don't think the zebra print goes with it.
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puppyfur
I think they go together well, but it's important the blue in the paisley is pretty much the same as in the zebra and it's hard to tell from the photos if that's the case.
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decoenthusiaste
I don't care for them together. Depends on how together they'll be and how well the blues match.
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ohstellabelle
From a design stand point, the two do not work together. Both are beautiful but unfortunately they just don't compliment each other. I can't tell from the photo if the fabric is a woven or print. What brand and name is it? Beacon Hill is gorgeous but at $250 per yard it should be.
2 Likes   January 10, 2013 at 9:22PM
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houssaon
You can just add a comment like any other user to the previous thread. Aside from color, the scale is important and we can't deterimine that from what you posted.
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michigammemom
I applaud your bold choice of the turquoise zebra print rug but I agree that the ornate earth toned fabric is not the ideal match. You might consider something like this block print paisley.
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Gabberts Design Studio
No, I wouldn't recommend putting those two together, the tones are much too different.
4 Likes   January 11, 2013 at 5:14AM
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Natalie
No---but this does... Just want to add-I like this fabric much better than the brick colored background fabric from your recent post.
Brown rug... http://www.rugsusa.com/rugsusa/rugs/rugs-usa-contemporary-zebra-print-with-faux-silk-highlights/royal-blue/200ZF01B-76096.html
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wmpj
Natalie, I would have never thought of putting those two fabrics together but they are beautiful together. I love it.
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Natalie
Thanks so much!
The Zebra is actually a Rug---Great find! :)
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