Quadrille’s Fashion Forward Fabrics

One of my favorite fabric houses, Quadrille Fabrics Inc. based out of New York has featured my work in their editorial portfolio!  For those who are not familiar with this home and couture company, perhaps you might remember the sofa from the movie "The Devil Wears Prada".  The black and white hand-printed linen is very fashion forward!!

I feel very honored to be featured alongside so many other amazing designers and decorators!  I think I am the only Canadian as far as I can tell.  The playroom of the Colonel By Residence is featured along with a link to my web-site.  For those of you interested in the decor details of this room, I re-upholstered and re-shaped 2 vintage swivel tub chairs in Quadrille's Island Ikat fabric (see photo below) and mixed it with the client's own antique Louis-style daybed. 

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The daybed was re-upholstered in indigo velvet with contrast piping in vanilla velvet.  This is an example of mixing furniture pieces together of varying periods - the traditional and classic daybed is juxtaposed with the retro and modern chairs - the walls were painted a shade of purple to suit the "unexpected" and chic personal style of the clients. 

Quadrille's fabrics and wallpapers have exquisite patterns and bold color not to mention are hand-printed so are of exceptional quality.  I happen to be using Quadrille's wallpaper in the Java Java pattern in yellow in a powder room in one of my latest projects.  Stay tuned!  For those of you interested in Quadrille's fabrics or wallpapers, you can check out their collections from my shop page at: