Thursday, February 16, 2017

Greening Up for Spring


Spring Greens!

It's February and Winter is gasping its last breath - Spring is coming! Greenery is Pantone's color of the year and we at Fabric Farms Interiors are glad to see such a happy, spring-y color at the forefront of interior fashion this year.

Solid or Striped, Patterned or Polka-dotted, a bit of green added to your rooms will immediately usher in a welcome breath of Spring.

A beautiful Bargain Bolt - perfect for bedding or window treatments
Neutral Textured Bliss








Not completely sold on glorious green? Neutrals are still strong - here are 2 examples to whet your appetite: Neutral, yes. Boring? Never!

This beautiful fabric is a bargain bolt and would make a glorious window treatment!

Friday, December 30, 2016

Farewell 2016!

As we bid farewell to 2016, we at Fabric Farms Interiors are gearing up to make 2017 the best year ever for our customers. 

Watch this space for more of what you LOVE: more fabrics, more trends, more upholstery and more of how to get the look you want in your home. We’ll wow you with photos from our Workroom at Fabric Farms Interiors and inspire you with our instructional videos. 

This room, photographed for Ideal Home magazine, shows how fabric and accessories can create mood.

We're here to help you make 2017 a GREAT year!




Thursday, November 17, 2016

Holiday Tablescapes


Ready to amp up your holiday decorating? Here are some tips to create a beautifully decorated table!

Embroidered Sheer over Red Tablecloth



1. Start with the basics: your dishes. Take your cue from the colors in your dishes! You can break the rules when you go custom - blue linen base, creamy metallic placemats, and a sheer overlay for texture! Or go traditional with a red base and a sheer gold embroidered overlay, as pictured.






Embroidered Sheer over Rustic Burlap
2. Silver or gold? The new trend in metallic fabrics is a boon for holiday table decorating! Go for a white with a subtle silver glint to add celebratory glitz.

3. Take a glass bowl, fill with LED mini lights and drape your sheer over that to create a simple, glowing centerpiece. Tuck around the bowl and surround with pine cones, glazed fruit, and nuts.

4. Go from rustic to simple chic! Burlap and rustic chic is a trend which is still going strong. Take your burlap tablecloth and make it sophisticated with an inexpensive sheer overlay. Often 110" or more wide, a length of sheer embroidered fabric is the budget option to sophistication.