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At a recent trip to a fabric showroom this fun little fabric from Kravet caught my eye.  It reminds me a little bit of a favorite from Hable Construction, with a much smaller price tag.

I think this sweet fabric could work well as an accent fabric in any number of spaces.  What do you think, do you like it?  And more important, hope you have a great weekend!

Loving Yellow and Grey…..

Each time I see this Schumacher advertisement I feel inspired.

I thought I would share some favorite yellow and grey inspiration images…

Eileen Kathryn Boyd Interiors

Amy Smilovic via Habitually Chic

image via The Estate of Things

Thom Filicia for Kravet 

Decorpad via Design your Walls

I’ll share some favorite yellow and grey products as a follow up next week.  In fact, I am currently contemplating using yellow and grey in the nursery…..more on that next week as well.

Have a great weekend!

Thom Filicia Fabrics for Kravet

The new line of  Thom Filicia fabrics have hit the Kravet showrooms.  Here is a sneak peek as the images are not yet up in the Kravet fabric online search engine.  All images are via Kravet.

San Francisco Design Center, Kravet Showroom

Thom Filicia, well known for his Emmy winning work on Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, has been named as one of House Beautiful’s Top 100 American Designers and House & Garden’s Top 50 “Tastemakers.”  He has also starred in and produced two Style Network Shows, Dress My Nest and Tacky House, where he focused on making home design accessible and achievable for the average homeowner.

I love the palate below, and especially cannot wait to see “Selina” in person.

Clockwise from top right: Crouse, Eureka, Selina, Shonnard

And, while I do not often use orange in my designs, I love these….and think the Citysquare print would look great as pillows on a navy couch!

Fabrics, left to right: Citysquare, Alvord, Poppyfield, Prospect

For a more neutral palate, the following would certainly fit the bill.

Fabrics: clockwise from top left: Niagra, Lodi, Eisner, Lodi

Fabrics, from left to right: Alvord, Basin, Alvord, Croly, Wall

Finally, how great is the fabric on the chairs in the NY D&D Building Kravet Showroom?

So, what do you think?  Do you like what you see?  I’ll let you know once I’ve seen these in person!