Friday, March 1, 2013

Fabric options & dining room updates

I pulled a few John Robshaw fabric samples from his line with Duralee (and a couple for L's room - I'm already thinking about how I want to make it more girly!)  I'm thinking of taking some simple, ready made curtains and adding a band around them in one of his darker, indigo fabrics.  I'm also considering making some cushions for our Bertoia chairs.  I love the look of them but they aren't the most comfortable chairs to sit in and I'm not a fan of the pads that come with the chairs.  I do like the simplicity of them and would definitely mimic the style, I just think it would be better in a different fabric other than vinyl.  I want them to blend into the chairs and not stand out so I like one of these white options.

Oh, and I found a settee I love from Ballard Designs.  It's kinda pricey so I'm saving my pennies because it is perfect and exactly what I had in mind.  It's also customizable in one of their fabrics or my own.  It would look pretty amazing in one of the lighter fabrics, don't you think?
I snapped a quick before picture of the dining room with my phone.  The paint is on now and it looks amazing.  I can't wait to show you.  I am so in love with our decision to use the navy blue.  It is definitely dark but in a good way.  I can't wait to throw a dinner party now.  I'll share a few sneak peeks of the color soon but there is still a lot to put together in the room like art, accessories, etc. 

Sources: Fabric 1 / Fabric 2 / Fabric 3 / Fabric 4 / Fabric 5 

3 comments:

Gum Shoe said...

Hi fellow blog boss student! gorgeous fabric design. I especially like the third.

The Design Boards said...

Thanks gumshoe!

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