I could not resist another trip to DeBois Textiles yesterday, just to see what I could find without getting in the way of the workers there. Reanna, who runs the company with her father, told me that there were people waiting when DeBois opened, and that they went right for the fabrics, not the vintage clothing. In fact, when I was there, I met one of my DC readers, who was kind enough to say hello to me. Thanks!
I can’t believe I forgot to get the name of this fabric. Any ideas?
I think this is called “Scribbles”.
This is called “Belgravia” and it’s from the Royal Oak Foundation, which is the American arm of the UK’s National Trust. I just adore this one!
Orbit, by Groundworks Design. This has a great retro vibe to it and would look great covering a mid-century modern sofa.
Bazaar, by Diamond Baratta
Lots of fun, this one! New York, New York, by Decorators Walk from Schumacher. It reminds me of the wallpaper in an old loo in our house!
Wonderful, very detailed linen by Ralph Lauren Home.
A nice Kelly Wearstler stripe.
I saw this detail of a fabric that had guns, and labrador retrievers and this field bag… with my own Filson bag!
I saw four different fabrics, all very similar, which were a gold painted print. They really caught the light beautifully!
I had been admiring and lusting over the gorgeous Trina Turk fabric both on Friday and again Saturday. As I was leaving, Reanna was kind enough to give me two yards of it. I am not sure what I will do with it yet, but I just adore this!Let me know if you’ve stopped byDeBois and what you bought!