Top Designers Tell Us What Fabric They Are Looking Forward to Using This Summer

Snap a photo and use the hashtag #HCandGDesignerCorner to tell us what fabric you are most looking forward to using in your next design project!



Jen Going's Favorite Summer Fabric: Schumacher’s Citrus Garden in Pool

“Before I begin renovating a 1950s ranch in Amagansett this fall, the homeowners want to enjoy their house over the summer, so I’m adding a few bold pops of color, such as Schumacher’s linen Citrus Garden in Pool in the sunroom.” —Jen Going, interior designer

 

Wesley Moon's Favorite Summer Fabric: Fortuny’s Camo Isole

“I’m excited to make drapery panels using Fortuny’s Camo Isole. It’s an interpretation of traditional camouflage, created from photographs of water and islands, instead of foliage.”
Wesley Moon, interior designer

 

 

 

 

John Bjørnen's Favorite Summer Fabric: Thomas Paul's Aquatic Fabric

“Thomas Paul’s aquatic fabric is fun on outdoor club chairs and pillows and also adds whimsy as upholstery in a color-saturated formal entry or dining room.”
John Bjørnen, interior designer

 

Jenny Wolf's Favorite Summer Fabric: Jeffrey Alan Mark's Ashbury Indigo for Kravet

“I plan on using Jeffrey Alan Mark’s Ashbury Indigo for Kravet on throw pillows. The soft blue linen is relaxed, casual, and beachy!” —Jenny Wolf, interior designer

 

Amanda Nisbet's Favorite Summer Fabric: Schumacher's Katsugi in Tangerine and Berry

“Schumacher’s Katsugi in Tangerine and Berry, an orange and fuchsia mix, brings vitality to a room, whether on roman shades, chairs, or throw pillows. The colors are fun and happy.”
Amanda Nisbet, interior designer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mabley Handler's Favorite Summer Fabric: Thomas Paul's Iconic in Marine through Duralee

“Thomas Paul’s Ionic in Marine through Duralee is perfect for beach and boat houses, or any other Hamptons home. It’s got a fun, fresh nautical feel.”
Austin Handler and Jennifer Mabley, interior designers

 

Jeff Lincoln's Favorite Fabric: Fret's Ziggety Zag in Sky

“Fret’s Ziggety Zag in Sky, which I’d use for master bedroom draperies in a Hamptons project with views of the water. Pair this print with a textured white linen for a fresh and clean summer look.” —Jeff Lincoln, interior designer

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