As I briefly have mentioned before, I am working on a large interior design project in Charleston. I flew in in January to help my client select flooring, plumbing and lighting fixtures. In June, construction began and the house is coming along beautifully. I am always amazed at the progress when I run up to check on it. Project wise, we are starting to get into the really fun stuff… paint colors/wallpaper/furnishings/fabrics.
The other day, while searching for wallpaper, I ran across Schumacher’s Hot House Flowers, color Spark. Instantly, I knew it was the perfect fabric for the project. My client loves large scale florals. We are using a variety of golds and yellows throughout the home and Hot House Flowers will be a terrific way to tie in the colors being used throughout. It will also bring in pattern and introduce new colors into the space. I am really excited to see where this goes! I am currently space planning, fabric selection will be next…
Hot House Flower Inspirations from around the web…
Hot House Flowers, color Spark by F. Schumacher
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I really love it paired with the contrasting geometrics above.
Sarah Richardson used it to upholster two side chairs in the master bedroom ofher farmhouse renovation
I love all of the colors in the Spark colorway. It makes it easy to introduce new colors into a space.
In addition to the orange, blue and golds of Spark, it comes in two additional colors:
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Mineral, which combines soft, soothing neutrals of Blue and Tan, or…
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Verdance, a fresh combination of lush greens and creams.
In my opinion, a little Hot House Flowers goes a long way. I will probably use it in the form of pillows in my project.
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