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You’ve probably heard a few of our stories over the years of finding inspiration in a beautiful antique we’ve uncovered on our travels abroad. It usually involves a piece of furniture, a chandelier or even a botanical study. But this story is a little different. This fall, we’re introducing two new Fabric by the Yard selections based on vintage scraps of fabric we’ve found. Yes, fabric.

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Ryder Stripe

The original sample of vintage fabric for Ryder Stripe actually sat in our files for years before we decided to reproduce it. But it was worth the wait. As Carmen, our Fabric Buyer, pointed outaccent pillow case baby burlap, a good stripe is hard to find!

It’s not unusual for us to hold onto an antique for when the timing is right. As for Ryder Stripe, we were always drawn to its perfect shade of red, and when we realized it was a natural fit with our fall palette, we knew its moment had finally arrived.

Often, we’ll tinker with the pattern or the color during production to make it our own, but we developed this fabric exactly as is. The details are what make this fabric so special. Look closely and you’ll notice a subtle herringbone effect in the taupe stripe and a hint of a yellow/orange hue in another.

Whenever we’re courting a particular fabric, we always make sure it’s a good match for upholstery —; or it’s a deal breaker. Here, the proportionality of the stripes create a nice balance and line up perfectly on our Parsons Chair.

We love the casual, classic cottage feel of Ryder Stripe and think it would look fabulous as a pair of panels. What do you think?

Sydney Berry

It all began with a visit to the “Vintage Fabric Lady,” as we so fondly refer to her. It was love at first sight when she showed us a lovely 19th-century French fabric. We promptly picked up the sample and set about reproducing what would eventually become Sydney Berry.

We found the reverse side of the fabric especially appealing, so we used that as our starting point. As for the color, we used a piece of ribbon we bought in Paris as our guide. We went through several iterations with our manufacturer before arriving at the perfect fabric: a sophisticated floral that brings a refined blend of warmth and elegance to a room.

Sydney Berry is a perfect match for our Louis Chair, and we love the idea of covering a headboard in it for a welcome splash of color and a touch of femininity in a bedroom. Try pairing it with Suzanne Kasler Flax Linen, Natural Linen or even our Cheetah for a statement-making update.

Annabel Heirloom Quilted Bedding

For our newest bedding collection, we actually combined several of our favorite fabrics in warm reds to create a classic quilted bedding, our Annabel Heirloom Quilted Bedding. You can find the Sydney Berry and the Ryder Stripe among the fabrics that create this patchwork quilt. We can’;t help but love the way they all work together —; stripes, florals, stamped patterns, and?even a solid. All together, these fabrics balance each other!

Find more inspiration by browsing the spaces from our catalog in our Photo Gallery, or by visiting our Pinterest Boards.

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As promised from the Wild Lounge Before & After reveal, here is the tutorial for DIY marquee lights. ?I have never invited anyone else to provide content on Teal & Lime, but Lindsey did such a fabulous job with the write-up and pictures of her DIY project. ?Hope you all have fun making marquee lights! ?I am trying to decide what word to make for our basement.

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