The last couple of weeks have seen a lot of flower fabrics going out.
Perhaps it is the need for something cheerful after the last year!
But, for what ever the reason, pretty florals have seen a resurgence
in use for the decorating scheme of many.
While we do have some floral fabrics that are wild
in both color and design,
it is the classic florals that have been selling.
Below are some that have been of interest.
And why not?
What could be more cheerful than this yellow floral
I love the array of yellow flowers- tulips, roses, poppies, and lilies-
a garden filled with fluttering, colorful butterflies!
For those who love pinks and coral tones,
it is available in those as well!
While the yellow version is really tones of buttery yellow,
the coral pink version has a broader color range
with touches of yellow, red, orange, salmon, violet, and blue.
Both would make lovely curtains,
or just use enough for a couple of seasonal pillows!
Another floral featuring red tones is the
Snapdragon Garden Fabric.
This features stalks of snapdragons,
done in a watercolor, painterly manner.
Colors are tonal, and blended,
encompassing many tones.
The base cloth of this is one of our favorites-
it has a deep, soft cottony feel.
Sadly the company no longer uses it.
Another cheerful fabric
in the red/pink range is the anemone fabric.
It features Anemone de Caen ,
with all of the glory of their bright, bold colors,
which are offset by soft ferny green tones,
and a background shadow print of grey.
At the complete opposite end of the scale is the
romantic French rose hydrangea fabric.
The fabric has a soft, air brushed quality with delicate coloring
on a tonal taupe/grey background.
It is lovely.
I think it would make a lovely dressing table skirt.
Several of the Clarence House fabrics
have also garnered interest.
The Clarence House Lady Mountbatten
has the look of an antique block printed fabric.
While the blue gold version is on a beige background,
there is a red blue version on white.
Not a traditional floral,
the Clarence House Middleton is a woven pattern,
with stylized flowers.
For those that don’t want a flower garden look,
it might work.
We have it in blue as well as in a red version.
Another non-traditional floral is the
Art Deco bird floral.
This has a unique pattern-
one way the pattern resembles lotus flowers,
turned the other egrets flying!
This has a black flocked pattern on a
heavy white ground cloth.
We have more flower and floral fabrics.
We do break out the Indiennes,
from flower fabrics.
See the floral fabrics in the
For those that want Tree of Life patterns,
with their floral designs,