This week we found this fun, contemporary abstract owl fabric and we just had to see what combination we could come up with. Adrienne (a very talented designer on our staff) combined some very modern, bold prints in orange and green to complement our little owl. All of the fabrics shown are heavier weight, very durable fabrics that can be used for upholstery and many other types of projects. These colors are great for someone looking for a more “adventurous” and warm look during the Fall season.
Did you Know?
Owls played quite a role in the 1970’s in home décor. In 1977, the L.A. Times Home magazine featured a DIY owl wall hanging kit, causing millions of people to purchase and hang them in their home. More playful versions of the owl are now seen in modern wallpaper and home accessories.
For more owl home décor ideas, visit this Pinterest page.
This Week’s Featured Fabrics:
From right to left:
Fabricut’s Isabelle De Borchgrave / Ganister / Sienna
Duralee’s B. Berger / 71065 / 219 Cinnabar
MJD / Flirt / Apple
TNT / Esme / Graffiti