Schumacher is one of the longest running interior design labels specializing in wallpaper and fabric as well as furniture. In today’s piece we’ll be going over Schumacher Fabric’s best selling fabric patterns. These iconic prints have seen the likes of all sorts of homes across the world for many different uses. They are highly versatile, colorful, bold, and have a sense of lasting style that one can hold onto.
The Best Selling Schumacher Fabric patterns:
Chiang Mai Dragon
Hot House Flowers
Something these patterns all have in common is their complexity and nodes to classic and sweet floral motifs in varying colors and style. You can easily shop any of these best selling patterns on L.A. Design Concepts designer fabric online store.
Chiang Mai Dragon
Schumacher Fabric’s Chiang Mai Dragon features highly saturated and blooming color through out it’s multiple Asian inspired motifs. From the spiraling and winding dragons that encompass the print, to the carnation and other assorted flower and vines snaking throughout the fabric there’s plenty to love with a lasting and charming chicness. Available in a wide variety of hues and shades to fit just about any interior palette, working this fun fabric into your space is simple if you’re looking to make a statement.
In the world of floral fabrics, there is a million to one choices. Pyne Hollyhock (particularly in the Indigo colorway) has had wide sweeping popularity. The indigo colorway highly resembles artistry you’d find in fine china. The excellent balance of negative space and highly detailed floral branches creates a highly serene look to this fabric that is zen and relaxing. Used as drapes, this pattern provides large scale scenery and mood for the room. As pictured above, Pyne Hollyhock makes for gorgeous upholstery that doesn’t feel like grandma’s floral couch.
The pattern Hothouse flowers is an understated highly detail oriented print that showcases exotic flowers up-close. Showcasing their many artistic qualities such as line detail and excellent natural geometric composure. The above color scheme creates a pencil sketch look that feels stylish and current.
Using beautiful bold colors and strategic use of white negative space, Chenonceau satisfies the craving for a beautiful damask and a nature inspired floral fabric in a single pattern. The above space uses the pattern to accent the room through out, trying the entire aesthetic together. The navy and white color scheme has a very coastal vibe to it without feeling like the over done nautical theme.
L.A. Design Concepts has created the first platform of its kind featuring over 200,000 exclusive "trade only" items being made available to purchase.
Our Premier Design Service is tailored for today's consumer with discriminating taste who feels confident in making his or her own design decisions. Many interior designers and architects also elect to use our services for the convenience of expediting access to all trade lines. Our pricing structure is the same for consumers, designers and architects.
Upon making your selection, our design staff will process your order to your exact specifications. We will coordinate freight and "White Glove" delivery to your residence or project site. If you require assistance specifying your finish options or sizing, please contact our design staff. (562) 439-5626
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While visiting the designer showrooms you will have the advantage of seeing all of the furniture and textile lines up close and in person. You may also request "tear sheets" on items selected that displays a photo and all of the product specifications.
Our story begins in 1987 when founder and designer Frank Keshishian launched L.A. Design Concepts a residential interior design firm.
While Mr. Keshishian designed homes for his clients, he recognized a fast growing market of consumers who preferred to make their own design decisions. Understanding that desire, Frank created the first design service offering consumer access to designer "trade only" furnishings.
In 1988, L.A. Design Concepts was nationally recognized as a groundbreaking company revolutionizing consumer access. The Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles was very intrigued with L. A. Design Concepts working model and approached Frank in 1990 to formulate a consumer service program within their design center. L.A. Design Concepts was now the first service within a design center providing consumer access to Ã¢â‚¬Å“trade onlyÃ¯Â¿Â½? furnishings. Shortly thereafter, an increasing number of interior designers and architects recognized the value of streamlining their access through one single source. Our service allowed designers to focus on designing for their clients without having to maintain accounts with each individual manufacturer.
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