I am designing a pied-'a-terre for a client. A place in the city she can use as a second home. This particular client loves beautiful fabrics as much as I do. It is a joy to work with her. I have wrapped her home in gorgeous fabrics from Nina Campbell and Calvin Klein. In the living room I am using Nina Campbell fabrics. The top fabric is Salix, a woven willow stripe for the window treatments. Next is Arboretum a soft linen embroidered and appliqued . It will be used for pillows. The third fabric is Lombardia Chenille which is woven to resemble the bark of a tree. This will cover two chairs.
The Arboretum leaf applique is done in velvet on linen.
Salix, the window treatment fabric is a woven willow stripe with an ombre' effect running through the leaves.
Salix and Arboretum are a wonderful combination.
The fabric for the kitchen window treatment is Delphine. It is a large scale pattern of twin maple leaves printed on a textured woven linen.
The bedroom will have an upholstered headboard covered in a flax colored Belgian linen from the Calvin Klein Collection through Kravet Fabrics.
The window treatment fabric for the bedroom is stunning. It is the Petiole fabric from Nina Campbell. Petiole is a tree of life pattern embroidered on a soft linen ground.
There is more to come on this beautiful and fun project.
Labels: fabrics, interior design