As we wrap up the first month of 2020, we are already looking ahead to spring and getting started on new home decor fabric projects.

Let’s take a look at some customer projects from this past year. They are a collection of bespoke brilliance featuring decor shared by our wonderful customers from around the country.

Andern Design of Houston, Texas sent us stunning photos of a living room project they recently completed. New fabric selection included custom drapery panels using a tack top pleat style. The fabric, called Bali Navy, has a batik-style chevron pattern and is from Lacefield Designs.

The designers chose to accent the cotton fabric with an emerald green tassel fringe down the leading edge of the drapes. Note how this detail works back to the emerald green velvet pillows peppering the room. What an inviting space…bravo!

You can follow them on Instagram @anderndesign.

 At 1502 Fabrics, you will find a host of trims including tassels, tapes, cording, brush fringe, pom-poms and more. These are only available in store at this time. 


Living Room Decor


Close up of drapery details and a chair upholstered below in the same fabric.


Pinch Pleat Drapery

Navy Chevron Fabric


In addition to navy blue, true shades of green are back again! An on-line customer shared her newly redecorated dining space with drapery panels framing French doors. The fabric is a whimsical Arabian print from Hamilton called Abu Emerald. The large-scale pattern boasts a modern color palette of aqua, chartreuse, hot pink and purple on a bold green background.The pleat style is called a two-prong or butterfly.

You can follow her on instagram @ashevillian.

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Abu Emerald Fabric

Abu Emerald Drapery


Cover Image: Courtesy of Yellow Door Decor. A bay window gets the royal treatment with heaps of pillows in Kate Spade’s Leokat Silver, accented by solid orange and white fabrics using contrast welt.


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