Posts Tagged With 'fabrics'

Inspirational Styles and Movements: Volume 2

Inspirational Styles and Movements: Volume 2
Posted by Laura Beth Hamm  in Customer Stories, Design Ideas   No Comments »

Anyone that knows me knows that I adore mid-century modern furniture. Although I don’t completely decorate my home with it, my collection has somehow surpassed my storage space. I have always found this era of industrial and architectural design quite interesting.

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Brighten your Summer with Bold Fabrics!

Brighten your Summer with Bold Fabrics!
Posted by Laura Beth Hamm  in Featured Fabrics   No Comments »

While summer typically conjures thoughts of outdoor activities not always enjoyed during other seasons, it also brings about the opportunity to freshen up your living space. Bright, peppy solids and bold, energetic patterns will give your home the boost it needs to create a fun summer atmosphere. Whether you’re a fan of tons of color, or just want a bright pop of color amongst your neutrals, Cushion Source can provide you with the lively home accents you need to put together your perfect environment.

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Your guide to green fabric: The year’s hottest shades

Your guide to green fabric: The year's hottest shades
Posted by Sandra Newsome  in Seasons & Trends   No Comments »

Outdoor living is forecast to become even more of “the thing” in 2013, and emerald green is the hottest color of the year. How would you incorporate shades of green fabric into your living spaces?

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Coordinate color, pattern and texture for fall

Coordinate color, pattern and texture for fall
Posted by Anita Winter  in Seasons & Trends   1 Comment »

You may not be adventurous when it comes to changing from your basic fall palette to a more updated palette, but you need not be intimidated. If we are honest with ourselves, coordinating fabrics correctly is what keeps us from taking more risks with color. Solid fabrics are safe, but in order to add depth to a room, you’ll have to add more pattern and texture. I’ll show you how to create a cohesive space by building different textures, colors and patterns around one fabric.

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