All You Need To Know About Fabrics!
It’s the soft, fluffy fabrics that make a place your own – with a rug in your favourite colour or curtains you’ve sewn yourself. Where getting a new look is as easy as changing your bed linens. A place that invites you to get comfy and stay a while. All of the things that bring a home to life.
In fact with fabrics you can get a big impact in your home in a normal budget. You won’t believe how fabrics can turn your whole home around. So play with the colours, textures, and volume for instant impact. Whether it is your bedroom, living room, or dining room, fabrics can transform your whole space. Transform your space by decorating with a fabrics suited for the summer. Go for light shades and soothing colour as they won’t absorb heat, keeping you cool when temperatures are high.
An easy start – Not quite sure where or how to begin? Just pick a favourite item in your room. Make it the foundation for the style of the space. By adding in pillows in complimentary shades, the room will get an instant boost of energy, while feeling more cohesive.
Coordinate, coordinate, coordinate – Go all out with fabrics! Choose pieces with similar colours and patterns, but try mixing different materials and textures to make things a bit more interesting. You’ll be shocked how much you can keep adding to the room when things feel coordinated. A well-placed area rug can do wonders for any space. It can instantly add warmth and comfort across cold, hard flooring, it can help define a space and make it feel more intimate, and it can help make a space look larger than it is.
Form and function unite- Beautiful textiles can be functional, and functional textiles can be stylish! Take this standard, white curtain. Everyone knows it serves its purpose in keeping light and drafts at bay, but check out what a difference it makes to tie the end in a loose knot. A rug keeps our feet warm, but it also creates definition and structure in a room.
Revitalize – Both the bedroom and bath can now be given a bold, colourful design with DOFTKLINT quilt cover and shower curtain – featuring a pattern based on working with brush strokes and paper clippings.