The vibrant spring blooms in my garden inspire a host of color palette ideas for the home. Some recent puttering coupled up salvia with dwarf azaleas, an analogous mix of fearless pinks and purples grounded by a range of vibrant new greens.Read More
As the sunny days of summer continue to unfold in an endless splash of blooms, we're taking inspiration from some of our favorite prints. The craft of printing on fabric dates back to China in the third century and has spurred a world of gorgeous graphic imagery ever since. Many of the 20th century's most prolific designers - we're thinking of Dorothy Draper, her protege Carlton Vernay, and The Prince of Chintz himself, Mario Buatta - have used prints to stunning effect in some of the most iconic spaces in design history. Follow us on our indulgent journey through five glorious prints. To keep up with our fabric obsession, check out our Fabric Friday hashtags on Instagram.