I’m not sure what the weather was like this past weekend where you are, but here in Atlanta, it started off oppressively hot and muggy and ended cool and beautiful. We spent the day Saturday playing and watching soccer in the rain, but our gorgeous weather on Sunday was so worth it. Let’s hope this is the start of fall here in the south. I’m ready, how about you?
I’ve had fall colors on my mind as well. Last week, while searching for fabrics for my client’s master bedroom, I came across these new fabrics from Duralee and Kravet.
I love neutrals, but this vibrant collection is so striking. I can see using these fabrics in a warm and inviting den, with collected accessories from around the world.
Much more muted than the first collection, but this palette offers beautiful colors and wonderful texture. Especially love the small pattern.
These 3 fabrics are great examples of modern updates to traditional patterns.
We’ve seen a lot of peacock influences lately, but this fabric is a very literal take on the trend.
Love this embroidered fabric from Kravet. The saffron yellow accent color is actually small knots that have been hand tied. These would make amazing window treatments.
Doesn’t this look like a window blind? It’s actually fabric, but unlike many of the muted map prints out there, this one has a vibrant color palette that would be a true stand out in any space.
That’s the fabric tour for today. I’m off to start a busy week. I’ll be doing a lot of shopping this week, so be sure to follow me on instagram at @LMayInteriors, like Lori May Interiors on Facebook or follow me at @LMayInteriors on twitter for my most up to date finds!
So pretty! I love that gray, red and green print that you started the post with – love, love, love!!
Oh, me too, Traci! Have a great day!
Lori, this post has given me some inspiration and ideas on what to look for in MC’s “Library”. We will be making drapery panels for two windows, floor to ceiling, Have Bali Neat Pleat shades for privacy. I like the second and first ones the best. Will see what we can find that fits our budget. Thanks for this post.
Oh, I think they would be so nice for a library. Let me know if you would like any swatches/prices for the fabric, Patty. It’s Duralee and they are pretty reasonable.
Will do. Thanks so much. …Patty
They’re all great – I like that first set too. It sounds like we had the same weekend weather-wise as you did in Atlanta – I’m so glad it’s cooled off and feeling like fall. Hooray!
So happy for fall too!
Such pretty finds! I agree that map fabric would be perfect for a window treatment or framed or think of pillows in a study…
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