Monday, June 15, 2009

blue and white

When it comes to blue and white, you really can't go wrong. The spread "Mood Indigo" from the July issue of British House and Garden shows some great shots of different shades of blue and white, while also mixing stripes, ikats and solids. Love the modern furniture and natural elements they paired these fabrics with.

Great contrast with one yellow chair.

I really like the all white canopy bed with a simple blue and white ikat fabric thrown over the top.

Mixing natural elements with the blue and white always reminds me of summer.
The C&C Milano fabric on the couch has been in my favorites bin for a while. It has such a large repeat so I am happy to see the whole thing! I can't wait to use it on my next project.

John Robshaw makes the fabric for these pillows with natural indigo dye in the traditional process of mud printing. You can purchase them all on his website. I would love to see these on an all white, navy blue, or natural linen couch for summer time.

Ink Bed

This is the "Ink bed" part of John Robshaw's collection. He makes it easy on his site to throw all of the fabrics together to make your bed look like the one above. I love how he chose this print below (which is mostly white) for the duvet and sheets and then layered the bed with darker pillows.
close up of the duvet cover

This rug is from John Robshaws new collection of Dhurries. Although they don't come large enough to fill and entire bedroom, I think it would be a great addition layered over a natural jute or sisal rug.

I love these pillows from Madeline Weinribs Amagansett collection. Would like to see these mixed in with some of the Robshaw prints above.

I mean, these Madeline Weinrib chevron print napkins make me want to have a backyard party...I can't wait for June Gloom to be over!!

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