Fabrics work double-duty in any design project. You don’t only consider the look of the material, but also the feel and durability. After all, you will be touching most items you cover in fabric, and you don’t want a texture that leaves guests mumbling that they’re more comfortable standing than sitting on your beautiful but impractical sofa. Obviously, delicate fabrics are not the best choice for high-use furniture. Fortunately, when you’re decorating in the style of a particular period, those styles typically include fabrics that stand up to time in both beauty and quality. Read more!
If you’ve been thinking about changing your window treatments, then you’ve likely noticed the range of options available to you. Colors, patterns, textures— the best Toronto fabric stores have a huge selection. How do you figure out what will work in your room? It all begins with your windows, since they will determine how much fabric you need and what other accessories will work.
Fabric Stores in Toronto
If you demand the best when it comes to decorating your home then you’re going to want to read this.
If you’ve undertaken a décor project lately, you’ve probably noticed that Toronto has a wide selection of fabric stores. It can be difficult to decide which fabric store in Toronto is best for your drapery or upholstery needs. How do you sort out all your options? You look for these three marks of a superb store: selection, options, and quality.
Just purchased historic fabric samples and stock from the estate of famed Washington decorator Edward Plyler.
He and partner Joseph Cipolari opened a fabric and design firm housed in an opulent mansion back in the 1950’s to provide fabrics and services to the likes of the Kennedy family and Ladybird Johnson. Many of the samples are labeled Scalamandre and dated from the mid century, and are large enough to do throws, pillows and small projects. The best part is they are now piled up and priced at $10/pc in our best kept secret…our clearance basement: Read more!