Featured Fabrics

Using Navy Fabric as a Neutral

Using Navy Fabric as a Neutral
Posted by Laura Beth Hamm  in Design Ideas, Featured Fabrics

Recently, we endured an icy winter storm that caused the majority of those affected to stay home. During this dreary mess, I decided to rummage through my fabrics for some refreshing inspiration. While I was searching, I noticed that I was drawn to my navy patterned fabrics.

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Bedding Essentials, Featuring New Robert Allen Designs

Bedding Essentials, Featuring New Robert Allen Designs
Posted by Laura Beth Hamm  in Design Ideas, Featured Fabrics

When I blog about our fabrics on Cushion Source, I am constantly thinking of ways to use our fabrics. Just recently we got the new Robert Allen fabrics in stock. Because I help with placing our fabrics on Cushion Source, I was able to get a hands-on experience with these new fabrics. (When we add new fabrics to our system, we take samples and photograph them so that what you see in the fabric gallery are high quality representations of the fabric.)

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Introducing: New Sunbrella Fabrics!

Introducing: New Sunbrella Fabrics!
Posted by Laura Beth Hamm  in Featured Fabrics

Our new 2014 Sunbrella fabrics have arrived! These fabrics are outstanding; they blend the toughness and durability of outdoor fabrics with the soft luxury of indoor fabrics.

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Inspirational Styles and Movements: Volume 1

Inspirational Styles and Movements: Volume 1
Posted by Laura Beth Hamm  in Featured Fabrics

As a history buff, avid reader, and devoted television watcher, I wanted to create inspiration boards focusing on periods of style. For this first board, I wanted to share my favorite decade of the 20th century, the 1920s. I was influenced by some of my all-time historical (and historical fiction) favorites: Montgomery’s very own Zelda Fitzgerald, “The Lost Generation,” forgotten mansions of New York’s Millionaire’s Row, The Great Gatsby, and both television series Boardwalk Empire and Downton Abbey… I could seriously keep going.

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