- Marisa L.
- Jacksonville, FL
The new Equinox Collection offered by Clarke and Clarke explores the allure of shapes and patterns. This collection consists of multi-purpose small scale geometric weaves, ranging from trellis effects to chevrons, basket weaves, and Greek key designs.Read More
Boutique design firm Tilton Fenwick is know for using exuberant color and lively pattern to spice up traditional styles. With their latest collection, Tilton Fenwick 2.0, designers Anne Maxwell Foster and Suysel dePedro Cunningham drew influence from the flora, fauna, and architecture of Portugal - a country known for its gutsy palette and fanciful patterns.Read More
Patio Lane introduces Bella-Dura Pavilion VI and VII, the newest indoor/outdoor woven collections by Duralee. Outdoor staples such as stripes, geometrics, and animal prints mix with fresh new designs and colorways to provide a versatile selection of fabrics.Read More
- Helen Z.
- Saratoga, CA
Fancy fish, sailboats, flamingoes, and spiky corals play beautifully together in the latest Oceanview Collection of springtime fabrics by Duralee. Watery colors like Sky Blue, Summer, Lagoon, Pool, and Tangerine sparkle across an ocean of cream and white. Thirty-nine patterns offer loads of opportunities to toss bright pillows and cushions throughout your home.Read More
Punch up the volume with Patio Lane’s newest offering of high-energy collections from B. Berger and Duralee. If you think you know plaid, you haven’t seen the candy-colored plaids in periwinkle, shrimp or radish. Bold and fresh, B. Berger delivers eight well-priced collections chock full of upholstery, multipurpose and drapery fabrics bathed in happy patterns.Read More
We thought we would have a little fun and hop on the 50 Shades of Grey bandwagon. We present to you 50 hand picked fabrics in shades of grey. Animal prints, skins, and more.Read More
Clarke and Clarke Fabrics by Duralee fabrics, boast more than 2,000 elegant wovens, embroideries, and prints that lend structure and artistic elegance to today's contemporary homes. Patio Lane is excited by the selection of ready-to-style fabrics, updated colors, and vintage patterns that are all grounded in high quality wool cotton and polyester.Read More
The Tilton Fenwick Collection from Duralee brims with energy and plays off traditional images, stimulating our imagination and launching us into new color obsessions. Take a step into a fanciful world where florals are strewn onto jagged-edged stripes; portraits of peacocks are shown off in red, white and blue; and tiny clusters of tone-on-tone dots quickly turn into lady bugs or berry clusters.Read More
Duralee presents Bailey & Griffin’s From the Archives Fabric Collection in 53 vibrant hand screened prints with coordinating woven solids. Develop your own vintage style with beautiful historic patterns created by master weavers and updated with modern color blends and scale.Read More
Wow! What a winter we’ve had! Even here in sunny Florida, our winter has been brutal. We can only imagine what it’s been like for our friends up north! We’re hopeful that we've had our last cold snap because, I don’t know about you but, I’m ready to finally start enjoying lazy Sunday afternoons out by the pool with glasses of home-made iced tea.Read More
Treat yourself to fancy coral and palm leaf designs. Stripes, zigzags, and velvety solids will fill any room with signature spring and summer colors. These fabrics are specifically made for outdoor use and are perfect for patio cushions or pillows. All of these fabrics are available by the yard and are a great alternative if you can’t find the Sunbrella pattern you are looking for.Read More
Duralee Pavilion meets Sunbrella in a stunning new collection of stripes and solids for indoor and outdoor furniture. Sunbrella Pavilion Stripes & Solids turn traditional design on its head with subdued, linen-like vertical pinstripes, condiment-colored mid-stripes, and charming waffle-textures.Read More
Laura Kirar is an artist first. The painterly appeal of her fabric collection for Highland Court is nothing short of fine art. Elements of modern impressionism are juxtaposed techno-modern abstracts. There are no errors in nature, only haphazard movements that ultimately link together and form a pattern. Flora, Terra, Azure and Quartz, explore nature through the use of line, texture, scale and custom dyes.Read More
To know a person is to travel with them. Designer, John Robshaw is a living, breathing example of someone who lives his life in travel mode. As a young New York student in the mid 1990’s, he was part of a small group sent to Bombay to sew sequins onto fabric during Fashion Week. After college, he opened a small art studio and became an assistant to prominent Neo-expressionist, Julian Schnabel.Read More
Sometimes I have no problem developing my blogs. I wanted to write something about the new collection of Thomas Paul fabric we just received but I was having a bit of writers block.
THEN...guess what? I sat down with my cup of hot tea, got all comfy in my chair and finally had a chance to open up my September issue of Country Living.Read More
Hyacinth, Lapis, Fuchsia, Wisteria, Lavender, Buttercup, ummmmmmm which flower do I pick? These are some of the fabric names to choose from in Eileen's interior fabric line. Reading Eileen's blog and watching her videos, you can tell she loves life and her profession. She thoroughly enjoys what she does, which is turning rooms into innovating masterpieces. Eileen is one of New York's most prominent interior designers.Read More