Searching for unique and affordable methods to liven up your walls or upgrade your decor? Look no further than the marvels of fabric. Textiles have more uses than simply covering your pillows. Available in styles and patterns galore, fabric can add both texture and color to a space, if it be as hanging wall art or a new headboard cover. Check out the shots for inspiration. You won’t be able to jump in the car to flee to Jo-Ann’s fast enough.
Lauren Liess Interiors
Rather than the traditional framed art over your child’s crib, consider developing a small canopy with fabric. You may make something similar to this at home using a bolt of cheap muslin, stencils and paint.
Bored with your headboard? Update it by covering it with an assortment of fabric samples. In this example, the designer attached the samples with decorative tacks.
For easy decorations for your holidays or the everyday, cover parts of artboard with fabric cutouts of your favourite designs.
sarah & bendrix
You can make the whole alphabet for your child’s bedroom by covering cardboard letters with colorful, fun fabric.
Amy Lau Design
Feel like your ceiling can use just a small texture? Adding a very long piece of fabric down the middle of your ceiling for a creative impact which begs your guests to look up.
If you’ve got a certain fabric that you simply cannot get enough of, frame it. It will add color, dimension and interest to your space.
Studio Marcelo Brito
Go even further and framework many distinct kinds of fabrics for a whole textural gallery wall.
If you think a quilt is simply for snuggling up indoors during films, it is time to re-asses its possible. Generally larger in size than most art, quilts create a beautiful statement piece when hung on display.
Have a classic desk chair that is super comfy but hard on the eyes? Give it fresh life by covering the trunk in a mix of fabrics. Pick complementary colours and designs for an eclectic texture.
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Even the simple act of draping a special fabric over a banister will offer your stairwell an entirely different look.
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Never underestimate the power of a beautiful throw. Toss one in your bed, sofa, dining table, wherever; its inclusion will bring immediate visual appeal.
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