Fabric Fixation

For the past few months, I've been on a serious fabric fixation. I think it all started a few months back when I came across some great fabric for lumbar pillows for our living room { the pillows are finally done} I love this fabric its adds the perfect extra touch to our living room, I'll share the pillows soon. The fabric is called Key West from Calico Corners.


Then I was on the lookout for some more amazing fabric for my bench makeover. When I found this amazing modern grey and white fabric called Blythe also from Calico Corners. For more on the bench re-do click here.



On one of my many trips to Calico Corners, I had been eyeing Dahlia Aegean fabric and the Dove version both are so pretty and modern. I know the fabric would compliment our dining room re-do so I added the fabric to our Ikea curtains which added the extra oomph I was looking for. For more on our dining room re-do click here.


While browsing online last week on Fabric.com, I found some more amazing decor fabric at amazingly affordable prices. I usually don't buy fabric online because, I'm a very visual person and like to touch and feel fabric (see if its the right color and weight for a project etc.) but I was impressed with Fabric.com return policy and low shipping costs { they also have fabric samples available}, anything over $35.00 ships for free. Free is a good word!

Now for the fabric I found for two different rooms in our house. I really like the fabric below, its made by Diversitex called Postinio Indigo. The fabric style reminds me of a Ikat fabric, I've been digging Ikat for quite some time and like this version of it. The fabric was on sale for $6.64 per yard! Regular price is $18.98 per yard....talk about a deal.


The next fabric I found is modern print by Amy Butler called Fresh Poppies. I like the gray and gold mixed with the light pink flowers. This fabric was only $8.98 per yard another deal! I'm hoping the fabric looks as petty here as it does in real life.


I hope both of these fabrics add the extra interest for both rooms in our home. Any guesses what I'm going to use the fabric for?

{ I ordered the fabric on Friday and it its already on it's way to my house! }

Oh and why I'm on the subject for fabric they have an amazing selection of outdoor fabric. I'm not sure if I'm going to DIY route for pillows for our front porch. Here are a few fabrics that caught my eye.


Waverly Lenox Lacquer for $12.98 per yard. I saw an outdoor pillow with this fabric at Home Goods for $12.99 - you can make 2 large pillows for $12.98! Plus the cost of stuffing which is a affordable.


P. Kaufman Soho Pool for $10.98 per yard. I love the contrast of the geometric print with the dark navy blue.


Tommy Bahama Redonda Coconut $10.98 per yard. I like this neutral fabric, it would make great indoor or outdoor panels


Have you been on a Fabric Kick too? I just adore fabric, its one one the easiest and most affordable ways to update a room or add extra Oomph.


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1 comments

Dora Cyrus November 1, 2015 at 8:58 PM

Thanks for practical matters such as you talk about..sharing this information. I found it very informative as I have been researching a lot lately on
ikat fabric

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