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Thursday, February 10, 2011

Which Fabric Would You Choose?? !!!

 

 

These are the existing fabrics I am going to use in the playroom.

All the  fabrics are for pillows except for the large polka dot and that will be in the form of a curtain. The solid green is the wall color, Martha Stewart’s lemon grass. The navy striped fabric is for when the boys are here and the bright pink floral is for when I have a little girl visiting here.

004 (800x600)IKEA 016 (800x600)

 IKEA 018 (800x600) 003 (800x600) PAINT 003 (600x800) IKEA 017 (800x600)

Below are the samples I have chosen to consider for a large cushion. One of the fabrics below will be right next to the large navy polka dot.


Depending on which fabric I choose it will have a cord welting trim in either the white or one of the greens. 


I will also add a touch of this fabric in the form of a pillow so the color and print will be elsewhere in the room.

IKEA 016 (800x600)


Possible Large Cushion Fabric:
Item ImageItem #: CS-LV19N Fabric Fabric Color: Outdura Capri Nautical (5110) (this fabric is actually more navy with some blue)

Item ImageItem #: CS-LV19N Fabric Color: Robert Allen Baron Lake Marine (RA-197344)

Item ImageItem #: CS-LV19N Fabric Color: Robert Allen Tupper Island Marine (RA-193941)

Item ImageItem #: CS-LV19N Fabric 
Fabric Color: Robert Allen Oak Island Cinder (RA-196540)

Item ImageItem #: CS-LV19N Fabric Fabric Color: Robert Allen Tupper Island Seaglass (RA-196621) (This is an aqua and green and a bit brighter in person)
Item ImageItem #: CS-LV19N Fabric Fabric Color: Robert Allen Stony River Marine (RA-196965)

 Possible cord welting
Item ImageItem #: CS-LV19N Fabric Fabric Color: Robert Allen Simple Plaid Leaf (RA-194468)

Item ImageItem #: CS-LV19N Fabric Fabric Color: Outdura Incline Natural White (4320)

Item ImageItem #: CS-LV19N Fabric Fabric Color: Sunbrella Palm (5421-0000)

Item ImageItem #: CS-LV19N Fabric Sample

Now for the fun part!!
Which fabric would you choose for the cushion and which fabric for the cord welting?

There are no right or wrong answers, so just choose which one or one’s you like the best  to coordinate with the large  navy polka dot fabric.  Please leave a comment to tell me. It will be fun to see all the different opinions!!

“Enjoy The Process!” Of:

Coordinating Colors and patterns in a room!!!

Kathysue

18 comments:

laxsupermom said...

I'll play, since there's no wrong answers. :)

I'd go with either the Robert Allen Tupper Island Seaglass with the last fabric sample for the cording or the Outdura Capri Nautical with the Robert Allen Simple Plaid Leaf for the cording.

You really can't go wrong. I love all of your fabric choices.

La Vie Quotidienne said...

I would think that the safest would be the Stony River Marine...but it might not be the prettiest.(-:

Tote said...

Maybe, Oak Island Cinder???

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh I like plaids and stripes with polka dots, so I would pick the blue polka dot for the pillow and then the green plaid for the piping. How fun. Can't wait to see it all done. Hugs, Marty

vignette design said...

I would choose the Robert Allen Baron Lake Marine for the cushion and the last green for the welt. Or, I would use the Outdura Incline Natural White for the welt and keep it classic. Can't wait to see what you end up doing and how the whole room turns out. I know it will be lovely! ~Delores

Sally@DivineDistractions said...

I'm going with Tupper Island, Marine with the darker green welting! Go big or go home...so they say! I know you're having fun with this room!

Sherri Cassara said...

For me, 100% the Robert Allen Baron Lake in Marine for the cushion and welting in the last fabric. My reasons? The stripe is crisp and clean and goes with the feel of the other fabrics, the green of the welt is just a bit 'off' and brighter (or appears in the photos) from the other fabrics which will make it fun and less "matchy-match" I am looking forward to seeing this room completed ;)

Kim@Chattafabulous said...

Baron Lake Marine for the cushion fabric with the brighter green welt! This is fun!

Designs By Pinky said...

It is comforting to know I am not the only one living in this darn mess:):) Thanks for stoppping by! I am not real good with fabric suggestions for you.....

Shelley Davis said...

I didn't read the comments before because I didn't want them to sway my choice. I love the second one the broad stripe, or the green apple color fabric. Depends on how safe you want to play it. I think the apple green would be a long lasting one. More visual contrast and two different textures visually.

Blessings,
Shelley

Carol@SofasandSage.com said...

Whatever you choose, it will be great, of that I am sure! Just hurry up so we can see the finished room :)

lvroftiques said...

Oak Iskand Cinder for the cushions and CS-LV19N for the welting. Traditional with a pop of color! Oohhh I just love these "What would you do posts!" I know whatever you pick is going to be fabulous girlfriend! You're a color master! Vanna

Blooming Rose Musings said...

I would use the Baron Lake Marine for the cushion and either the last green or White for the welt. I must admit, I kind of like the idea of the green plaid for the welt too.
I can't wait to see your choice! I'm looking forward to seeing pictures.

Luciane at HomeBunch.com said...

Kathysue,

Wow! You did a wonderful job selection so many beautiful fabrics!! I just can't wait to see the result... I know it will look great!

Did you go see my "creepy" post today?? lol You need to take a look!

Have a great weekend!

xo

Luciane at HomeBunch.com

Post of the day: DEXTER INSPIRED DECOR.

Karen@StrictlySimpleStyle said...

I like the wider blue and white stripe fabric. If it was only a boys space I'd do the plaid welting, but with the girls there too sometimes I'd go with a solid-plaid just seems more like a boy friendly print, maybe because my daughter hates plaid?

Kat said...

I love all of these fabrics Kathysue. I think I would go with the Baron Lake Marine with the last green for the welting. Although I really like the seaglass too. But it might be that I love the name LOL. Have fun! Kat

lizziefitz said...

I LOVE the RA Tupper Island Marine! And the cool navy dot.

Terri said...

Polka Dots! Definately!