One of my favorite showrooms in the D and D Building is Holland and Sherry. They carry high quality lines that pack a punch with color and pattern. As some of you know, the Holland and Sherry line of fabrics is supplied to tailors and luxury brands all over the world for jackets, pants, and coats (I have spied Holland and Sherry’s book in my husband’s tailors shop). They supply various materials from cotton, wool, and cashmere, to worsted Vicuna! These beautiful tweeds, plaids, and solid fabrics have come in handy when the need arrises for a dapper sofa or a sharp pair of drapes.
Holland and Sherry Fabrics:
The above two images are of a sampling of their Spring line of fabrics you may find at your tailor as well as in the showroom.
Above fabrics are also part of Holland and Sherry’s line (from left to right): mohair velvet, heavy wool herringbone, and seersucker.
C & C Milano:
I have a penchant for linen and C C Milano makes some of the finest. I love their colors and patterns. Some of the linen is heavier (think upholstery- sofas, chairs, etc) and some is light as air ( perfect for sheers or a bed canopy).
Above are various patterns you will find in the showroom
Above are two examples of C & C Milano linens- warm and inviting fabrics that age beautifully.
Above are bed linens for C & C Milano by Karim Rashid
View the entire collection on their website: http://www.cec-milano.com/we/press/elementview.php?ref=element1259063165
Their embroidery collection is gorgeous. Haute couture interior design. Fabrics, threads, and designs can all be customized.
They keep a supply of pillow cases and throws in the showroom. The perfect finishing touch at the end of a project.
All of the above designs can be customized and used for anything. We have used them for the edge of drapes, benches, sofas, club chairs, headboards, and wall upholstery.
Below is an example of a wall we upholstered with one of these custom designs:
View all of their embroidery designs on their website: http://hollandandsherry.com/interiors/embroidery.aspx
1. Christopher Farr Cloth’s line of fabrics on linen. Seen below on a headboard designed by Daryl Gordon.
Another Christopher Farr Cloth fabric – Peonies. Seen below in a beach house bedroom designed by us.
Visit their website to view the rest of the collection: http://www.christopherfarrcloth.com/indoor.php
2. A few samples of fabric from Muriel Brandolini’s line. Below are two images from different beach houses we did.
Visit their website to view the rest of their collections: http://www.murielbrandolini.com/
3. Katie Ridder’s fabric line
4. Katie Ridder’s fabric line
View the rest of her line at: http://www.katieridder.com/
1. Katie Ridder’s fabric: Beetlecat
2. Katie Ridder’s fabric: Peony
I am eyeing both of these fabrics for a nursery.
How much fun are these! With painterly brushstrokes in beautiful rich hues I am dying to use these silks as drapes for a client. Amanda Nisbet’s fabrics are all beautiful my these are definitely my favorites.
Visit her site to see the entire collection: http://www.amandanisbetdesign.com/