Spring is toying with Charleston this week, running hot one day and setting in a frost the next. Get inspired to tackle your Spring design project with these gorgeous Spring fabrics, culled from the newest fabric collections.
Drawn from within the extensive F. Schumacher archives, the “Fashion Forward” print collection celebrates the exuberance of the early 20th Century master couturier, Paul Poiret. The brightly colored “Juin” floral print captures the joie de vivre that was Poiret’s signature style.
Little Carlotta printed sheer from Osborne & Little casts an array of dahlias, poppies and berries on a washable wide-width sheer.
Reminiscent of the plumage of an exotic bird, Beacon Hill’s “Plumassier” is a bright creation on luxurious silk.
From the Giardino Segreto collection by Designer’s Guild, the “Papillons” fabric features delicately drawn butterflies with watercolor hued accents. Printed on cotton this is a versatile home design print.
Kate Spade New York: the name is eponymous with crisp, bright colors and bold patterns. The new Kravet collections embrace the brand’s signature style and it’s motto: live colorfully.
F. Schumacher believes you can have it all when designing your outdoor spaces. Beautiful prints in a performance fabric. Charming and whimsical, Josef Frank’s beloved 1947 print is a colorful, cheery addition to alfresco decor.
Famous for its hand screen printing of fabrics, Clarence House, is considered a style-setter in the decorative fabric industry. The “Pagode Enchante” print embodies the spirit of this iconic fabric house.
Scalamandre’s “Jardin de Chin” is an intricate Chinoiserie print on a luscious green background that is both soothing and electrifying.
A floral and leaf pattern, printed on a flowing cotton, transforms into a printed wild garden. The fuchsia color way from Zimmer + Rohde feels like Spring.
Always exotic, the Gastón y Daniela fabric house presents their 2018 Librería Collection, featuring the Print Collection. The “Ikat Azul” is a vibrant take on the well loved global pattern.
Mr. H says: The fabric of existence weaves itself whole-Enjoy!