Last week, Cushion Source photographer Jay Sailors, interior designer Miriam Leuthold and art and media coordinator Anita Winter went on location to one of Montgomery, Alabama’s finest cultural parks, named, Alabama Shakespeare Festival to photograph some of the latest addition of fabrics from Cushion Source. The new Highland Taylor Fabrics enjoyed the hot sun and pretty scenery at The Alabama Shakespeare Festival (ASF) which is among the ten largest Shakespeare Festivals in the world. ASF puts on 6-9 productions annually, typically including William Shakespeare and other various genres. The festival stages more than 400 performances each year that attract more than 300,000 visitors from throughout the U.S. and abroad. Below is the beautiful bridge which sits on the out skirts of the Blount Cultural park; it provides a unique entrance to those visiting the festival.
We draped these bright Highland Taylor Fabrics over the balcony to show contrast between the soft and hard textures. Starting from left to right are fabrics Tropic Petals, Tropical Paint Stripe and Caribbean Petals.
Trying to catch the best lighting on these cascading fabrics.
If you are looking for a bold expressive touch to your indoor space, these are definitely the answer. The cool colorways and whimsical patterns are a sure fit in any living space.
All of our Highland Taylor Fabrics are now available on CushionSource.com.