Wednesday, June 23, 2010

F is for Fabricut

The ABC’s of window treatments

Fabricut is one of the largest, most progressive distributors of decorative fabrics in the world and is one of my go to fabric lines.

Lillian August is a textile and furniture designer whose collection is traditional with an uptown vibe. The pattern on this chair is Tea Ceremony in Brown Patina.


These fun fabrics are from their Bella-Dura Indoor/Outdoor collection, which is environmentally friendly. From top to bottom they are Ambiance, Scrollwork and Fantasy Island.


Couldn’t you see a glamorous dressing room with these black and cream fabrics used as portiere curtains. 

Left to right:
Crystal City: Black Pearl
Valli: Ivory
Random Scribble: Tuxedo


Oh, how I love a creamy neutral room.  In pictures only because that wouldn’t fly at my house with animals, kids and koolaid.


Wreath Imperial in Peridot covers this Ritz Chair with the drapery in Belle Epoque: colorway Aquacitrine. 


I’m using this Fabricut faux leather Pattern Melbourne in my guest room for project #3.


Here’s a sneak peek of the headboard.  As soon as UPS gets here I’ll be adding some nickel nail heads !


As of last month they have acquired Stroheim from JAB and that will extend their reach into high end textiles and wallpapers.



Design Esquire said...

Oh my gosh! Your headboard is gorgeous! I love all the fabrics you highlighted too.

Popcorn Served Daily said...

This post like your many others is eye candy!

Anonymous said...

That headboard looks like it's going to be awesome! Can't wait to see... Fabricut has some great fabrics too.

Lori said...

The cream fabric would never last in my home either. Pets and kids don't mix with light fabrics.

Beth@The Stories of A2Z said...

Your headboard looks fabulous! Can't wait to see it all glammed out in her trim!

Margie Nance said...

I love the ABC posts. Can't want to see what you come up with next. I'm adding your site to my blogroll.

Kim said...

Thanks for the heads up on this fabric. I hope I don't sound like a rube, but I'm not sure I've heard of it.

Geri Looker said...

I think I am in love here! Fairly new to the Atlanta area. I am on the look out for fabric stores, websites etc for ideas. I adore the black and white contemporary theme. Fav colour for our bedroom at present is duck egg blue, creams, golds and brown.

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