By now I’m sure you’ve heard that the New York design firm, Tilton Fenwick, has released their new fabric line for Duralee. Check it out here. I’ve been wrestling with finding a fabric for our bay house that encompasses our main colors, and a few of these look interesting. Of course this means I would have to actually commit to a color scheme – been avoiding that altogether. I might be my worst client. If I ever do implement my previously noted paint colors, I would love to skirt a table in the hallway. For me, skirted tables are up there with fine champagne, riding my horse, and date nights. Not necessarily in that order ; )
I’m mostly drawn to plain skirted tables or ones with a simple trim, as my pinterest board reveals, but love the idea of incorporating a pattern to unify our colors. Would much rather have my pattern on an easily changed table skirt versus an upholstered piece. Sidenote: I do love this adorable linen skirted table with tab and button detailing – found a tutorial post showing how to make one similar on your own.
Back to Tilton Fenwick for Duralee. This line might be the answer for my color-commitment challenge. I’m waiting for the samples to arrive, but so far these have caught me eye…
1. Tally in cactus. A traditional statement all the way. This woven stripe pulls together greens and blues – right now I’m at a complete stand off on which direction to go – blues or greens. Love both. This could be perfect for a hallway bench in lieu of a table.
Also like it in cactus.
3. Paboreal is fun. But would our hens feel slightly upstaged?
4. Olsen is gorgeous. What a stately stripe – that tiny little detail does it for me.
5. Love the light-hearted vibe of Miraval. How adorable would this be as an accent pillow on a little girl’s bed?
I’m checking out early this week but will be back Monday with a SUPER FUN giveaway you won’t want to miss!