July’s Fabric of the Month

July 31, 2012

Fabric of the Month

Fabricut's fanciful take on a Suzani look in the 'Tropical' colorway

Fabricut’s fanciful take on a Suzani look in the ‘Tropical’ colorway

 

Fabrics that are influenced by the Suzani look generally command attention.   This pattern is no different — but it also has one colorway with different hues than what you usually see with this pattern style.

The ‘Tropical’ colorway shown above is the most unusual of the 7 colorways available.  I love the happy playfulness of the color palette and wish I had a place in my home where I could enjoy it!

The ‘Cobalt’ colorway (below in the middle of the first set of 3) is also especially striking — the contrast of the green and yellow against the cobalt really makes the cobalt hue glow.

Style:  Traditional and Transitional

Fabric content:  100% cotton, 54″ width

Scale:  The scale is on the large side.  If you look at the colorways below you can see the full vertical repeat, which is 25.” 

Use: This print is suitable for valances & cornices, drapes, shades, bedding and lightly-used upholstered furniture.

The colorways shown here are (from left to right): Citron Grey, Cobalt and Caribbean.

The colorways shown here are (from left to right): Citron Grey, Cobalt and Caribbean.

The colorways shown here are )from left to right):  Mango, Dusk and Mulberry

The colorways shown here are (from left to right): Mango, Dusk and Mulberry

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About DeAnna

DeAnna is an interior designer in Oakland, CA. "My favorite projects are those incorporating patterned fabrics. While growing up, I was fascinated by printed fabric designs & colors. Now, after more than 25 years in the field, finding the right fabrics is still my favorite part of the process."

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