Fabric can be used virtually everywhere in your home. There are the obvious choices, like sofas, cushions, tablecloths and bedding, but the way you use textiles can be stretched so much further. What about lampshades? Ok, maybe not so out there but had you thought of it? And what about walls (why not!)?
Take some inspiration from these beautiful photos, shot by Damian Russell, and get those fabrics to work!
For instant impact, choose a single print in a few different colorways as covers for cushions or even a series of pendant shades. And see how a variety of fabrics were sewn together to create a unique and stunning tablecloth?
Create a low-level daybed by covering a piece of foam in a patchwork of fabrics, then add mismatched cushions for comfort and personality. You can also achieve this look by getting a made-to-measure daybed cover for an unused mattress and adorn with cushions to personalise.
Cover different size panels in a variety of fabrics then group them together to create an original piece of artwork.
Make a unique patchwork table runner from co-ordinating fabric remnants, off-cuts and swatches.
Textiles really are the most user-friendly, versatile home-decorating tool and with such a vast array of textures, patterns and colors to choose from, you will have no trouble creating a truly unique and personal interior.