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Wednesday
Feb132013

fabric faves at lewis + sheron

When it comes to sourcing fabric for my clients (and sometimes even for myself!), Lewis and Sheron has been a tried and true favorite of mine time and time again!  Not only do they have a beautiful selection of colors, patterns and fabric-types, but their discounted prices are pretty good, and their online customer service is unbeatable!  They are a great source for big jobs like curtains or reupholstering, too. While on the hunt for some fabric for throw pillows for an e-client, I stumbled across some (new-to-me) prints that I absolutely love:

This charcoal fretwork has been on my radar for a few weeks now, as well as this la Fiorentina look-alike in bisque:

                                 

Love this navy and powder blue print as well as this taupe beauty for some throw pillows:

                                

This water-colored paisley and this indigo floral would both look amazing as curtain panels when paired with bamboo Roman blinds:

                                

I love ikat mostly when it's done in soft neutral shades and these (here and here) are beautiful Inlineexamples:

                                 

To check out more of their selection, check out their website here.

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Reader Comments (2)

I loooooove Lewis and Sheron. All of my fabrics come from there. It's one of the perks of living in Atlanta - sometimes I go on my lunch break! :)

February 14, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterKate

So envious, Kate!! I bet you frequent Scott's, too!

February 14, 2013 | Registered CommenterKelly Stivers

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