Geometry Gems

I'm crazy in love with geometry, and I'm not talking math homework here people. No, no, I'm talking about a good geometric print. So contemporary, yet classic. 
I've been on the hunt in my town for a good geometric fabric for a DIY project. Even though this is a huge trend in decor right now, my local fabric stores just don't seem to be catching on.
 I've turned to hunting online for the perfect fabric, using the above photo as my inspiration. I just love it. Designer Fabrics seems to have the a lot of options, and most importantly, it's location is in Toronto only an hour away from my houseThis means I can make some time to visit the store, saving shipping costs and allowing me to touch and see the textiles in person.
Sultana Lattice
Do you like these two options? Or do you think I should do something with some more colour? You all have great taste, and I could use your advice! :)
xox Tiffany Leigh


charmaine said...[Reply]

I have the Sultana Lattice and I love it! It is heavy weight and the lattice is velvet.

Adding the finishing touch said...[Reply]

I adore those fabrics. I too am on the hunt for fabric for two chairs I need re-upholstered. I went to Designer Fabrics and was overwhelmed. I should totally research online first :)

Brooke @ Inside-Out Design said...[Reply]

I love them both! And while i love color, I'm a total sucker for black and white (or black and tan!) It's so bold and dramatic and I'll never get tired of it. LOVE that inspiration pic too- I've gotta pin that!

Holly Foxen Wells of Glamour Mash said...[Reply]
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Holly Foxen Wells of Glamour Mash said...[Reply]

Good Morning Doll! I really love your post and I'm thinking I like the second one: Sultana Lattice... though they are both so pretty! What are you thinking of making!? I'm sure it will be fabulous whatever you end up doing! :) Have a great day!


Megan said...[Reply]

Adorable black and white prints! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I'm so glad I found yours! I'm following now! :)

Colleen {Two Delighted} said...[Reply]

I vote Sultana Lattice but I think you really can't go wrong either way. Both are gorgeous. And since you have interest in the pattern, you don't need color. Lovety love.