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Thursday, 14 January 2016 02:12

Charlotte Moss Fabrics From Fabricut

Featured fabrics and trimmings:  Daybed: Treviso – Flax (http://ow.ly/WHPut) with Porto – Oak trim (http://ow.ly/WHQ0k) Pillows: Menton – Peacock (http://ow.ly/WHPFA) with Linz – Grass trim (http://ow.ly/WHPSm); Capetown – Canvas (http://ow.ly/WHPAL) and Racoon – Mink (http://ow.ly/WHPn0) Featured fabrics and trimmings:
Daybed: Treviso – Flax (http://ow.ly/WHPut) with Porto – Oak trim (http://ow.ly/WHQ0k)
Pillows: Menton – Peacock (http://ow.ly/WHPFA) with Linz – Grass trim (http://ow.ly/WHPSm); Capetown – Canvas (http://ow.ly/WHPAL) and Racoon – Mink (http://ow.ly/WHPn0)

Charlotte Moss Collection

Charlotte Moss has created two incredible collections for Fabricut. The second collection debuted only last year in 2015 and is a must see! If you haven't stopped by the J Lambeth showroom in the #WDCDesign Center, make some time and drop in to speak with the wonderful sales associates and have them walk you through the Charlotte Moss collection. 

Charlotte’s inspiration for her collection is drawn from antiques, vintage documents, architectural themes and, of course, her garden. Direction and inspiration for the collection was found primarily within her immense anthology of textile documents, items acquired during her travels and images she's captured behind her camera.

Only a few of the images are displayed here, but you can see the entire collection on the Fabricut website by clicking here.Charlotte-Moss-Trims-3

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Published in Fabrics
Thursday, 07 January 2016 03:35

de Gournay Recreates The Downton Abbey Look

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Downtown Abbey Recreations

Wallcoverings by de Gournay have graced many a grand home in England over the years. As the final season of Downton Abbey premieres in the USA, we though you might enjoy some decorating inspiration from the popular TV series on PBS. All of the wallcoverings shown are available at the Michael-Cleary showroom. Please use the link at the bottom of this article to contact the showroom for samples, pricing and colorways.

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Get this look using de Gournay's 100% silk damask in Duck Egg Blue.

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This image, from Vanity Fair, of the Dowager Countess and  Martha Levinson shows a red silk wallcovering. de Gournay suggests using their Scarlet Lady slub silk or upholster the walls in heavy duchess satin.

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Published in What's New
Thursday, 10 December 2015 09:23

Kim Parker Collection by Clarke & Clarke

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Clarke & Clarke has launched their first licensed collection with NY-based designer Kim Parker. Artbook by Kim Parker features bold, exuberant floral styling in contemporary color. Thirteen pieces of original art have been carefully translated into beautiful printed linen and velvet fabrics -- as well as digital wallpapers -- all designed to transform rooms into lush interior gardens.

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Published in What's New
Tuesday, 03 November 2015 03:22

Kravet ft. Museum of New Mexico

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Introducing Kravet's fifth fabric collection with Museum of New Mexico, featuring modern interpretations of traditional designs. Inspiration was drawn primarily from small-scale patterns and embroideries in the 25,000-piece textile and dress collection at the Museum of International Folk Art.

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The Michael-Cleary showroom has recently added Maxwell fabrics to their ever growing list of fabric vendors at the Washington Design Center showroom location. As part of their expansion project in the new #WDCDesign Center, the Michael-Cleary showroom will expand their fabric section and the overall showroom floor space. They are the first showroom to undertake a remodel project since the opening of the new #WDCDesign Center.

As an introduction to their newest fabric vendor, they have provided some beautiful and dramatic before and after pictures from furniture pieces refinished with Maxwell Fabrics patterns.

Before & After -- This HUGE (it's nearly 4' x 4'!) mid-century lounge chair, designed by Adrian Pearsall, came from Maxwell Fabrics Annex inventory. Their clients, a wonderful couple with incredible taste, chose two textiles from Maxwell Fabrics for the redo -- Vibrant in Dragonfly and Supple in Spruce. Reupholstery minus the dated tufting has turned this gorgeous chair into the beauty it was always meant to be!

Maxwell Fabrics from Michael-Cleary

Published in What's New
Thursday, 23 July 2015 03:26

Fabricut Reintroduces #ClassicCotton

Fabricut Reintroduces #ClassicCotton, a solid combed cotton with a soft and beautiful surface texture. With more than 80 colors, this collection updates its color line to include fashion forward pastels, classic jewel tones and a full spectrum of neutrals. you can select your colors today at J Lambeth in the Washington Design Center #WDC or check out out online here.

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Published in What's New
Wednesday, 18 March 2015 05:42

Hartmann & Forbes Stormy Greys

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DISCOVER THESE STORMY GREYS

We look forward to hearing how these Stormy Greys enhanced your projects. Share Your Vision with us on social media.Inspired by the authentic rich hues of a winter storm, this collection of Stormy Grey Windowcoverings, Wallcoverings and Textiles has been gathered to inspire your design vision. Discover these stormy greys for clearer skies ahead.
—Enjoy!

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