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2,391 Upholstery Fabric
The right upholstery can completely transform the look and feel of your furniture. Ideally, it should complement your room’s décor and the furniture itself while also proving practical for your needs. If you’re on the verge of purchasing upholstery for your furniture, do some research and consider the following to make sure you decide on the right fabric. More
This is such a fun pattern! The simple color scheme and the ornate print would make for a fantastic headboard.
Nurata Mulberry Fabric
I once read that if you want to make your space look like it was designed by a professional, add a touch of purple somewhere. Consider this your solution.
Orchid Kuba Fabric
This medium-size print would be great for a chair (I'd love it on a spindle chair) or a headboard. You could even do a sofa, as long as it is tailored and has clean lines.
I first spied this fabric while completing a Houzz Tour. It's by Lee Industries, which is known for sustainable manufacturing practices and eco-friendly finishes. Besides all of those good things, it's simply beautiful to look at.
Talk about a focal point! This modern take on my favorite '70s pattern, paired with a minty-green wall color, speaks anything but vintage. Absolutely my newest favorite color: Apricot.
This cool and fresh shade of green makes my heart beat faster. The cotton blend would hold up superbly on an armchair or ottoman.
Decorating for man's best friend doesn't have to be cheesy in order to be a little on-the-nose. I would totally channel my inner post-modernist and decorate a doggy pillow for my pet (if I had one).
This fun fabric from Galbraith in Paul is a bit modern, a bit coastal, a bit botanical, and a lot stylish. It's contemporary and eclectic at the same time, and comes in several vibrant color combinations.
Tropical, traditional, and, best of all, fun, this fabric would be the perfect way to add interest in a neutral-toned space.
I have a few tufted upholstery projects I've been thinking about recently, and one of the biggest hurdles is finding the right fabric for the job. I want something unique and beautiful, but because of the tufts, it can't have a very prominent print on it. This herringbone would provide some...
I love this brushed cotton canvas fabric with a graphic navy and cream flower motif. It would work well as window coverings or as upholstery for a statement chair.
June Leaf Fabric, Navy
Decorating a boy's space can be incredibly challenging, particularly when you need a design that will grow with him for a few years. I lit up when I discovered this "Plus One" print.
This quatrefoil-like pattern works with a range of room styles, and would look equally good in a bedroom, dining room or anywhere else that you're looking for a subtle geometric pop.
This watermelon-colored velvet would look great on these vintage chairs. Velvet is traditional, but the color is a contemporary shade of pink, without being as daring as fuchsia.
Champagne Animal Woven
This drapery fabric would be great for homemade drapes. It's lightweight and has a lot of white in the print with only little bits of color. As someone who is very sensitive to the tone of light coming through the windows, this would allow for white light to come through the windows and still...
There's something a bit tribal yet a bit country about this fabric from Robert Allen. Over a large piece, a diamond pattern within it emerges.
Fluttering Fans Fabric
I am totally gaga over this abstract printed fabric that features exotic architecture. So much so, I want to wrap myself in it, or perhaps have it paper-backed and wrap my walls in it. It's also available in an orange/paprika palette. Designed by Katsuji Wakisaka in 1971.
Content: 100% Linen. Repeat: Non-railroaded fabric with 21" repeat. Care: Dry clean. Width: 55-57" wide. William Morris-style floral of spring green, olive and sand printed on lightweight 100% linen . Repeat: Non-railroaded fabric with 21" repeat . . Width: 55-57" wide . Because fabrics...
These intricate swirls walk the line between traditional and eclectic because of their unconventional composition. A lovely choice for placemats, a tablecloth, throw pillows, a slipper chair, Roman shades and many other accents around the house.
Americana at its best, this is the perfect patriotic fabric for a beach house or perhaps a table cloth for a July 4th gathering.
I love the rustic charm and cruelty-free antler fabric. Dress it up in a masculine library, dress it down in a rugged cabin.
Deco Flower is a great pattern that could also go many different ways. I think no matter how flowery a floral pattern is, if it's large scale, it can totally be modern.