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Errington Bloom

Wednesday, September 25

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.
Dining Room inspired by Sarah Richardson Fabrics

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.
A few of Sarah's fabrics on display in her design studio
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.

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  1. LOVE her fabrics too!! That floral you chose is gorgeous, and I love her soft paisley prints. xo

    1. Aren't they so beautiful? I'm obsessed with finding a reason to use them. Thanks for stopping by, Britt!


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