February’s Pattern of the Month

Higland Court's Gwen fabric in the Turquoise color

This close-up gives you a better look at the details in the fabric’s pattern. A photo showing more of the overall pattern is below.

The  lovely watercolor effect, embroidery and Suzani-like motif combine to lift this fabric out of the ordinary into something special.   And the weight and scale of this fabric make it work well for pretty much anything (except upholstery for sofa and chair seats).

It’s available in one other colorway, Flamingo, shown at the bottom of this post, which incorporates the use of Pantone’s 2014 Color of the Year, Radiant Orchid.

As both colorways feature contemporary color palettes with the use of more traditional pattern elements and scale, this fabric is at home in both traditional and transitional settings.

Highland Court's Gwen fabric in the Turquoise color

This pic was taken not quite head on (the sample was hanging in fabric wings).  Still, it gives you a better idea of the overall pattern.

Style:  Traditional, Transitional

Scale:  Medium

Fabric Specs:   94% Linen,  3% Spun Polyester, 3% Viscose

…………………  52 width,  21” vertical repeat, 25” horizontal repeat

Fabric Care:  Dry clean only

Use:  This print is suitable for valances & cornices, drapes, roman shades, bedding & upholstered furniture such as headboards.  It is not suitable for chair or sofa seats.

Highland Court's Gwen fabric in the Flamingo color

Highland Court’s Gwen fabric in the Flamingo color

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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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