Date: February 24, 2014 | Styling: Chip Jones and Mandy Keener | Producer: Chip Jones and Mandy Keener |
Bold and Graphic
Left to right: A cool-toned tribal print, such as Jonathan Adler’s “Electrify Tulip” for Kravet, is anything but square. Available to the trade. Go gray for a modern take on outdoor décor, or choose a circle-centric pattern that will have you wanting to see spots. Both available at Cynthia East Fabrics, Little Rock, (501) 663-0460, cynthiaeastfabrics.com.
Blue State of Mind
Left to right: Blend your blues and greens with a cool-toned botanical, such as “Nympheus” by GP&J Baker. Show your stripes with Cowtan & Tout’s “Chloe Stripe” in Aqua. Accented with hints of blue coral, “Windermere” by Cowtan & Tout has an underlying coastal allure. All available through Barbi Rushing Interiors, Little Rock, (501) 680-4301.
Left to right: Leafy greens, such as Solarium’s “Palms,” are en vogue for outdoor drapery panels or seat cushions. Green up to “Imogen” by Solarium, a smaller botanical print, which is perfect for pillows. Motifs and hues blend beautifully in Solarium’s contemporary option, “Cirque.” All available through Window Works, Little Rock, (501) 219-1500, windowworksdesign.com.
Left to right: Lines and dots unite for a modern take on whimsical in “Delverde,” an indoor/outdoor fabric by Kravet Soleil. Available to the trade. Show your primary colors in varying shapes and sizes of stripes.Interior Creations, Searcy, (501) 268-2311, searcydesigncenter.com. Good things come in small prints, such as “Highpoint” shown in Coral from the Sarah Richardson Collection by Kravet. Available to the trade.