Given that it's pretty much all I've been able to talk about for the last 4 days, you may have heard that I was lucky enough to get the chance to attend tea with Canadian design queen, Sarah Richardson, last Friday. Among other things, Sarah shared with us a sneak peek of her new fabric line for Kravet. GORGEOUS. Full details on the entire once-in-a-lifetime event are coming tomorrow, but in keeping with my middle-of-the-week-mood board tradition, I thought I'd use a few of my favourite fabrics from her collection in this week's post.
The Errington Bloom floral fabric was my absolute fave in her collection and I would definitely use it for statement curtains. I'd upholster an elegant bench (this one happens to ALSO be Sarah's - I'm a bit of a fangirl) in another one of her fabrics - Woodlawn Stone, to go with metal Marais chairs and a midcentury table. Fun light fixtures, a punchy industrial credenza, a natural jute rug, and subtle art complete the space.
I would have layered in SO many more of her fabrics but they're not easy to find online just yet. If you spot them anywhere, make sure you take a full look - they're stunning, priced to be accessible, and come in an array of coordinating patterns so you can get Sarah's signature fabric-on-fabric-on-fabric style in your own home.
Click on the mood board for individual sources.