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Bring warmth into your home this Thanksgiving season with beautiful fabrics from our bestselling designer manufacturers. Fabricut, Duralee, Robert Allen and Schumacher all have spectacular seasonal fabric collections. Ginger red, nectarine orange and light beiges are trending this fall and DecoratorsBest has several suggestions on how to do redo your family room and dining room this joyous harvest season.
The most recent book to arrive to the New York City Showroom is Collier Campbell's "Exotic Inspirations". The collection is a collaboration project with Fabricut and her exquisite designs are inspired from striking landscapes and rare natural beauties. Saturated with deep orange, brown, maroon and cabernet reds, this collection will make a wonderful accent this fall. Campbell's "Jacobean Jangle – Cinnamon" is a striking, loose floral design with a festive yet serene feel. Suitable for both drapery and upholstery, this multipurpose fabric will add hints of heartiness to your home.
For those lucky enough to celebrate Thanksgiving outdoors this year, Duralee's Indoor/Outdoor Pavilion collection in Citrus/Tomato is ideal. A much brighter collection than Exotic Inspiration, Pavilion's woven fabrics include several stripes, geometrics, fascinating zebra prints and ikats. "15415-708" is an elegant geometric, perfect for outdoor sofa pillows, heavily used upholstery or anywhere this holiday season you need color and durability. The large white designs are woven atop a dense carrot-orange background to create a simple, affable fabric.
We have found so many useful patterns from Robert Allen's Prints & Coordinates collection, and this week is no different! "Khandar – Cinnabar" is a stunning new ikat from their multipurpose and multifaceted collection which will surely catch your attention. Named after the legendary city in Rajasthan, India, "Khandar" is full of life, color and movement. Similar to the effect of tie-dye, this traditional Indian technique gives this fabric a rustic, aged, and worldly feel.
Last but certainly not least, our friend Martyn Lawrence Bullard has released a phenomenal new fabric to match the season's design trend. Licensed with Schumacher, his "Sikar Embroidery - Pomegranate" is derived from an Indian ikat design, but it is instead a tightly woven fabric as opposed to dyed. The fine stitch work gives this diamond pattern a very refined and neat look, and this fabric is perfect for couch pillows or even light upholstery.