Palette No. 31

Palette No. 31 | CLOTH & KIND

We’re feeling all spring-like. Can ya tell by our fabric selections, perhaps?!

RIGHT | Jax in Pink/Green by Tilton Fenwick for Duralee (#21084)
LEFT TOP | Crillon Linen in Quartz by Suzanne Kasler for Lee Jofa (#2011136.17)
LEFT BOTTOM | Gitana in Blue by Kathryn M. Ireland (#2703)

Couldn’t resist adding the Waterlogue version too… just because it’s so darn pretty.

Palette No. 31 | CLOTH & KIND

Happy weekend, guys!

Palette No. 30

Palette No. 30 | CLOTH & KIND

TOP | Selvedge in Vintage from Laura Lienhard Textiles 
MIDDLE | Feather Bloom wallpaper in Two Blues from Celerie Kemble for Schumacher (#5006071)
BOTTOM | Ocean in Pacific from Mokum (#10504/534)

Have a fabulous weekend, guys!

Palette No. 29

Palette No. 29 | CLOTH & KIND

RIGHT | Pomegranate in Blue from Tyler Graphic 
LEFT | Loriano Crushed Velvet in Blackberry from Romo
BOTTOM | Agate in Slate by Kelly Wearstler for Lee Jofa Groundworks
TRIM | Cable Boucle in Ocean from Stroheim

Wishing you a wonderful & warm weekend.

Palette No. 28

Palette No 28 | CLOTH & KIND

Yesterday got away from us and so we were remiss in sharing our Palette post of the week. But the calm of the weekend has set in and we finally had a moment to get this soft and serene grouping of fabrics up for you.

Lately, we’ve been admiring really feminine hues like this conch shade of taupey pink. Mary McDonald’s Chinois Palais in Blush Conch was the inspiration for this grouping. It stands alone (check out the full repeat below – it’s stunning) and doesn’t need much else so we merely layered in some simple, textural fabrics from Holland & Sherry and Rosemary Hallgarten. Perfection.

RIGHT | Chinois Palais in Blush Conch by Mary McDonald from Schumacher (#175040)
TOP LEFT | Alona in Rice from Holland & Sherry (#DE12139)
BOTTOM LEFT | Alpaca Boucle in Oatmeal from Rosemary Hallgarten (#FT376)

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Wishing you a wonderful and relaxing weekend.

Palette No. 27

Palette No. 27 | CLOTH & KIND
MAIN | Puff in Lapis & Berry from carletonV (#429065)
TOP RIGHT | Vintage in Sand from Larsen (#8852-01)
MIDDLE RIGHT | Barmillion from Fermoie (#L-002)

We had a bit of a subliminal dragon theme going on while we were out and about in LA on our recent BlogTourLA adventure (btw, you can check out all of our BlogTour fun here). It seemed that every which way we looked we found another little dragon-inspired something-or-other. And it all started when we saw this crazy beautiful new carletonV print, aptly named Puff. We’re quite fond of Puff and wanted to also show you this image of him below, since he himself wasn’t included in the memo we received and used above. Isn’t he darling?

Palette No. 27 | CLOTH & KIND

So what do you think, would you put dragons in your interior space… or better yet, have you already? Tell us of your love or hate of this mythical fire-breathing beast. We have a feeling that most people fall pretty firmly in one camp or another on this topic.

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