December: Green & Turquoise Pattern Brings Back a Christmas Memory

Cher in the Carribean Color

Highland Court’s embroidered trellis fabric Cher

Given the time of year, the Cher pattern above reminds me of the shape of some old-fashioned tree ornaments my family used while I was growing up — in spite of its contemporary palette.

The rows of embroidered detailing add extra interest and the medium-sized scale make it useful for many applications.  However, the embroidery makes it suitable only for upholstered items such as cornices and headboards.

Cher is a pattern from Highland Court’s Montage Crewels & Print Embroidery Collection.  It’s available in two colors, the ‘Carribean’ shown above and the ‘Neutral’ below.

Cher in the Neutral color

Highland Court’s Cher in the Neutral color

Style:  Transitional

Scale:  Medium-sized

Fabric Specs:    52% Linen , 40% Cotton , 8% Viscose

………………….. 51” width, 7.25” vertical repeat, 6.5” horizontal repeat

Fabric Care:  Dry clean only

Use:  Suitable for draperies, shades, top treatments, bedding & other soft furnishings.  The embroidered detailing makes it unsuitable for upholstered sofas and chairs.

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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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