Posts Tagged With 'outdoor fabric'

Must Love Dog Beds

Must Love Dog Beds
Posted by Laura Beth Hamm  in Design Ideas   No Comments »

Like many people, I am obsessed with my dogs. (That is probably an understatement.) While I prefer my rescued mélanges, I live and breathe dogs no matter the shape or size. I know that I am not alone in my affection for dogs, which is why I decided to feature pet beds this week.

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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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Indoor vs. outdoor fabric: what’s the difference?

Indoor vs. outdoor fabric: what's the difference?
Posted by Wade McClendon  in Featured Fabrics   2 Comments »

With summer in full swing, you are more than likely splitting your time between enjoying the beautiful weather outside to cooling off in the comfort of your own home. But no matter where you find yourself spending time this summer, you want to be comfortable, and there is usually fabric (and a cold drink) there to make that happen.

You might be thinking, I want to be comfortable, but how do I know what fabric is the right choice for my application? Well, I will attempt to define, explain, and inspire you to choose the right fabric to fit your needs.

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Easy Tips for a Christmas Holiday Front Porch

Easy Tips for a Christmas Holiday Front Porch
Posted by Anita Winter  in Seasons & Trends   No Comments »

Christmas is right around the corner. What’s your favorite part of the holidays? Shopping, cooking, parties, decorating…or just the thought that by the end of it all, you will have eaten more than your fair share of cookies, pies and turkey and only a higher number on the scale to show for it. OK, that’s definitely NOT my favorite part of the holidays.

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