Osborne and Little Fabric Spring 2020 Has ArrivedA new capsule fabric collection has arrived from Osborne & Little. New geometric velvet options available in gorgeous mixtures of vibrant and muted colors to fit any interior. This versatile collection makes working velvet patterns into your home simple.
Patterns within Gloriana Collection
- Pelangi Velvet
Vintage Style, Updated for the times
There’s something timeless and classic about vintage styling, the stories that are told within whimsical floral patterns and the feelings they leave at first sight. It’s this mindset that fuels the creative side of Sandberg Wallpaper. Using updated silhouettes and modern presentation of vintage styles, its amazing how fresh your cozy antique style interior space can feel utilizing their designs. Pictured above is the Ava wallcovering, using line less coloring the color blend and sway into each other perfectly for a soft blended look.
White Walls meet Vibrant colors
It’s easy to see the appeal in white walls, they feel open and refreshing as a surrounding. That’s why its even more refreshing to see new modernized takes on this look. In the wall mural below, delicate leafy foliage is scattered daintily across the wall, as the illusion of vines slowly work their way up the walls. For those into the extra nature-centric looks, this pattern is a pleaser.
Grandiose and Large
Take everything endearing about a bouquet of assorted wild flowers, blow it up the size of your wall: this is floral murals Sandberg style. This type of style isn’t for everybody, but we can’t ignore how stylish this display of rose tones against dusky charcoal resonates. If you love the Julie Wall mural, simply give us a call and we can order it for you.
Whimsical trees and trails snaking across the walls in cool and calm palettes. Kenrokuen by Sandberg uses minimal white negative space to depict complex Asian patterns in a way that feels breathable. Pictured below, the navy and off white color scheme has a rustic vintage look to it but keeps it feeling new with the color disbursement.
Check out the Rest
You can easily shop and view the rest of our Sandberg Wallpaper selection by clicking here. We hope these vintage turned modern styles inspire you to create something beautiful in your home. Until next time.
Sometimes one might crave some change or a feeling of freshness in their home, business, or any type of space. This piece is going to go over a couple quick ideas you could consider to implement your style or just something different or original. Specifically projects that don’t require a lot of fabric will be the focus.
Projects that require small amounts of fabric:
- Pillows or Cushions
- Roman Shades
- Ottomans or Stools
- Contrast Chair-backing
Pillows and Cushions
Creating custom cushions is an effective and easy way to spice up a space for lounging or relaxation. We love this execution of bright and lively neon and mixed jewel tones. In this particular shot they paired the cushion with matching sofa upholstery fabric, but you can add splashes of color like this to any complimenting or neutral colors to add a dynamic moment.
A trend that’s been popping up more and more lately is the use of roman shades. This is a great way to add patterns and colors you like to places like the kitchen or restroom. Pictured above, Schumacher’s ‘Campagne’ fabric. You can use a fabric from your favored brand in any color or style.
Ottomans and Stools
Why are coffee tables disappearing? It’s because ottomans are making a huge comeback, especially done up in custom fabric. Seen in the above shot, this lustrous velour ‘The Wave’ fabric from Schumacher coordinates the golden brown tones of the roman shade in the back into the center of the living room for earthy harmony.
Contrast Chair Backing
Such a small area, that has quite the impact on one of the most important spaces in your house: the dining room. Contrasting chair back fabric has been around for ages, we’re seeing it make a come back as people utilize complimenting fabrics to unify their designs or add extra flare.
Smart Pairing for a Cohesive Space
In a design world where the trend of simply colored or blank walls runs rampant, incorporating bold and exciting wallpaper can seem daunting. We’re going to be showcasing four different interiors where designers used Cole and Son Wallpaper effortlessly to create stunning and powerful settings.
As Blue as the Jungle
The use of tropical and nature inspired wallpapers is nothing new, but the color scheme and execution are what matter most. We love how Jonday Photography shot this space. The Palm Jungle wallpaper style from Cole & Son features a wide array of blue shades varying from powder to almost navy, paired with an off-white background. To correlate with this pattern, white and glass accessories are used in addition to neutral colored seating. The chair upholstered in Feather Fan shares the same common colors undulating within the more compact abstract pattern to create a powerful coordinating moment.
Frolicking in Minimalism
In a minimal space it can be a challenge to include your own personal touch of style without making it too much. We love this interior because the execution of the wallpaper ‘Cow Parsley’ by Cole & Son Wallpaper tastefully blends right into the room. With neutral and black accents, the predominant color of the room is white. This wallpaper adds texture and pattern to the walls, while keeping the clean and white minimal feeling that is so breatheable and fresh.
A School of Fish in unlikely spaces
Something we always welcome is the beautification of uncommon spaces, somewhere in the house you might not think needs to be visually appealing. In the above photo, this home owner has incorporated Cole & Son’s Melville wallpaper into their laundry room. This simple and calm colored pattern that showcases a variety of different types of fish really puts a fun spin on a room you normally wouldn’t enjoy spending time in doing chores. The motif of fish in the laundry room seems fitting, and really creates personality in an unlikely place.
Combining Sophistication and Whimsy
A largescale rolling cloud print wouldn’t seem like something you could easily include into your design, however the photo above of the entry hallway displaying the print works wonders. Playing off of the black furnishings and detailing, the grayscale ‘Nuvolette’ from Cole & Son wallpaper adds a level of playfulness to this darker themed space. The print keeps the room from feeling too dark or sad, yet calming and relaxing like a cloudy day, perfect for nestling up with your favorite book and a hot cup of coffee.
Have fun with your walls
If there’s a rule to take from all of this, it would be to have fun with your space. Express your personality and don’t be scared of daring patterns. With bold moves, comes large reward especially in how effective your choices can be. If you’d like you can view Cole & Son wallpaper styles here to find something for your own design. Until next time.
Schumacher Fabric’s favorites in new revitalized colors
If it’s not broken, don’t fix it. This concept easily describes the beauty of this miniature colorway collection from Schumacher Fabric. They’ve taken their most popular patterns adored by many for years, and added some fresh and current new colorways to stand the times and add versatility to these iconic styles.
Patterns Within the Collection:
- Pyne Hollyhock
- Shengyou Toile
- Camden Cotton Check
- Elton Cotton Check
- Marguerite Embroidery
- Queen of Spain
- Garden Gate Chintz
- Etched Fern
2020 Has Arrived, but let’s highlight 2019
As we come to the beginning of a new decade, we’d like to look back at 2019 and highlight some of our favorite fabric work from our brands. We’ll be covering a broad range of styles, and we hope you find inspiration in these to create new projects of your own.
In this shot featured in an editorial for interior design, Schumacher Fabric‘s ‘Le Castellet’ is featured across the table top. This dainty and regal floral with winding stripes combines excellent colors and just the right amount of blooms to create a classy interior moment.
Patterns within Sketchbook Collection
- Sycamore Sheer
In a smaller-scale space, utilizing the walls is an effective way to add flare and personal style to your home.
We’ve picked out some of our favorite bold designer wallpapers that turn heads and show off ornate intricacy.
Ranging from monochromatic to bursting with color, check out these inspiring patterns.
Hicks Hexagon from Cole & Son
For those looking to add some minimal geometric beauty in a maximal color scheme,
we adore Hicks Hexagon. The honey-comb hexagon pattern adds texture and depth to the
deep forest green with amber centered motifs highlight the copper lighting in this lively dining room. Continue reading “8 Ornate Wallpapers that Make Your Space a Statement”
2020: Classic BlueThe verdict is in, and the officials over at Pantone have spoken, the 2020 color of the year is Classic Blue! This is the twentieth year that they have chosen the color of the year, beginning in the year 2000 with the color Cerulean Blue. With twenty years since then passing, and the color coming back into a darker and bolder blue, it is a statement of the times. Classic Blue is a trustable color that we can rely on, compared to last years much more vibrant Living Coral, this is a relaxing hue that can still pack a bold punch when incorporated to many different design elements. Continue reading “Pantone Color of the Year 2020: Classic Blue”
Wall Murals are a large scale beautiful way to decorate a space and make a statement. The ultimate wallpaper display can be found within these by-the-panel and large scale sweeping scenic views. Below you’ll find a collection of our favorite Mural wallcoverings from many different designers. You can click on the room shot to find out more information on the pattern.
Patterns within the collection:
- Ashdown Stripe
- Pomegranate Trail
Finding the Right Floral for your WallsThe world of flower and floral inspired wallpapers is vast and ever expanding. Finding the correct style for your house to pull off that chic and nature centric look you’re going for is the key to pulling it off. We’ll be going over some of the general different types of nature and bloom wallcoverings you can pick to redesign you space.
- Scenic / Panels
- Large Scale Florals
- Small Scale Florals
- Nature Inspired
The Beauty of Scenic and PanelsPictured above we have Magnolia Frieze by Osborne and Little Wallpaper. This wallpaper is sold by the panel in large pieces that you put together to form the master piece in whichever room. We highly recommend the usage of this kind of wallpaper anywhere in the home, getting creative with placement is half of the fun. We’ve seen excellent use of smaller paneled scenic floral papers in powder and wash rooms. This quaint powder room uses Indian Sunflower by Designers Guild Wallpaper to really transform a smaller space. The bright and exuberant colors really add character to the space.
Large Scale Flower MajestyThe appeal of large scale florals is closely tied to visual of vivid and expressive color encapsulating the entire space. Pictured below is the highly embellished Mattiazo by Designers Guild Wallpaper, it portrays gorgeous and large rose blooms in various cascading sizes with emerald leaves splashed between to create a truly lush look.
Petite and Small Scale EleganceOn the more minimal side, we have small-scale floral patterns. One of our favorite examples is this paper by Osborne and Little known as Twiggy. Using intricate line work that winds across the whole wall and miniature blooms, a highly defined and eccentric look is created. The high contrast of the vines and budding flora creates a web-like texture that adds depth to the space. This design is anything but mundane.
Inspired By NatureFor a more novelty or less direct approach, there are many nature inspired wallpapers that incorporate those elements you seek in a floral or lush jungle paper without being so literal. We really love this fun and playful pattern by Matthew Williamson for Osborne and Little called Ananas. It depicts flourishing flower arrangements in the form of pineapples atop a cream background. The light and tropical essence of this pattern leaves the space feeling like a overseas get away that you want to keep coming back home to. All of these patterns are just a few of the countless options available through L.A. Design Concepts. You can click any of these room shots or their names to get more information. Until next time!
A Fresh Perspective on Documentary DesignBrunschwig and Fils Fabric – Folio Francais collection capitalizes on the traditional design elements the house is known for. Building on their iconic styles of florals, paisleys and damask inspired styles, this updated display uses fresh color palettes and refreshing renditions of timeless patterns. Let’s dive in and break down these individual prints.
Patterns within Folio Francais collection:
- Wesserling Print
- Menars Border II
- Menars II
- Nadari Print
- Colmar Stripe
- Saranda Print
- Kaitag Warp Print
- Salengro Velvet
- Salvator Velvet
- Henner Emb
Bring the Room to LifeWith artful and expressive fabrics, you tell your own story. The home you live in, is your haven and making it personal about yourself is important. Pictured above is Brunschwig and Fils fabric ‘Bird And Thistle‘ used around the entire room. From the curtains, to the head board, cushions and trim of the bed, you can see this pattern ties the feeling of the space together. The portrayal of these doves peacefully atop tree branches envelops the space with a modern farm house look that is welcoming and comfortable.
Maximalism at It’s FinestThe welcoming of bright and exuberant colors is coming back into the center stage. This living room designed by Meggie H. utilizes bright and bold coral toned fabric. The print placed on the couch and cushions is Brunschwig and Fils fabric’s ‘Durbar Tait Strie II‘ in the Rose color way. Using a faux weathered ikat design, the pattern has a regal look to it without feeling too proper. The living coral coloring is able to pull together the bright jewel tones found through out the room with ease.
Welcoming Color AlwaysNever be afraid of incorporating colors into your projects. White and black are a tried and true color combo that will never disappoint, but its key to have fun when decorating. With such a wide spectrum of different patterned fabrics and wallpapers, the sky is the limit when it comes to creativity. We welcome you to browse our full Brunschwig & Fils fabric and wallpaper selections to find exactly what you’re looking for. Until next time!
Favored by Designers & Clientele WorldwideSchumacher 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
- Pyne Hollyhock
- Hot House Flowers
Chiang Mai DragonSchumacher 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.
Pyne HollyhockIn 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.
Hothouse FlowersThe 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.
ChenonceauUsing 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.
Minimal Natural LuxuryIn the Summer heat its a great time to turn towards a more zen and leisurely style. The newest collection from Kravet Fabric tailors to the minimal in taste who still want to portray a chic and tasteful style. Modern Luxe Izu features a gorgeous array of new patterns and updated colorways highlighting on Japanese tea garden and temple culture in its color schemes and nature inspired motifs like the calming and serene koi ponds, and the rolling mountains and hillsides that surround this culturally rich region. We’re going to be discussing the highlighted patterns and talking about their style. Let’s dive in.
Patterns within Izu Collection
- Bamboo Stitch
- Garden Silk
- Leno Shine
- Lotus Pond
- Now and Zen
- Tailor Made