I often get the question from friends and family, so how exactly do interior designers use your fabrics? If you’re new to my line of fabrics or new to the world of fabrics by-the-yard, I’m sure you have the same question. We are part of the micro-batch textile scene, meaning we produce fabric in small quantities and believe that by doing so the quality of the product is more beautiful. Interior designers shop our fabrics by-the-yard to turn into custom draperies, upholstery, pillows, etc. for their client’s homes. I absolutely love selling our fabrics by-the-yard, as our prints remain open to an interior designer’s interpretation. Over the past few years, I’ve seen designers use our fabrics to make a bold black and white statement, to blend into a soft and neutral color scheme, to compliment a piece of art or furniture.
To celebrate all the ways in which designers have used our fabrics in interiors and also answer this question that I so often get, I’ve rounded up our favorite images to share with you. Thank you to the interior designers who are repeat customers, and to those designers who are new to Caroline Cecil Textiles, we welcome you to join our trade program.
Sonoma based interior designer, Fletcher Rhodes, used our KETUT fabric to upholster chairs in this stunning Northern California interior.
Interior Design: Fletcher Rhodes / Photography: Chotkowski Photography
Toronto based interior designer, Ali Budd, upholstered an entryway bench in our BRIDGE fabric.
Interior Design: Ali Budd Interiors
Minneapolis based interior designer, Martha O'Hara, added a bold, geometric feel to this contemporary office with our BRIDGE fabric.
Interior Design: Martha Ohara Interiors
Los Angeles based interior designer, Consort Design, added bold touches to this playful interior with our INK STRIPE and BRIDGE fabrics.
Interior Design: Consort Design / Photography: Christopher Patey
Los Angeles based interior designer, Consort Design, added oversized BRIDGE throw pillows to celebrity hairstylist, Jen Atkin's home.
Interior Design: Consort Design / Photography: Lu Tapp
Connecticut based interior designer, D2 Interieurs, used our LEAF fabric as the stand alone print in this contemporary living room.
Interior Design & Photography: D2 Interieurs
New York based design blogger, Will Taylor, used our TITIK / White Natural fabric throughout his Hamptons beach house remodel.
Interior Design & Photography: Will Taylor / Bright Bazaar
New York City based interior designer, Louise Copeland, added a delicate touch to this traditional living room with our TITIK fabric.
Interior Design: Louise Copeland
Los Angeles based design blogger, Brady Tolbert, made our BRIDGE fabric the perfect compliment to his modern California living room.Brady Tolbert