Photos courtesy of Fabricut and Charlotte Moss
Finding endless inspiration in her Long Island garden, Charlotte Moss' new fabric collection with Fabricut has blooms aplenty. Ever busy, with her latest book including her fabulous collage style inspirations and showhouse rooms, she has recently created wonderful ikat rugs with Stark, sweet accessories with Halcyon Days and is due to launch Century furniture in the spring. How does she do it all?
The fabric collection, influenced by Moss' vast archival collection and decorative accessories collected over a lifetime of travels, includes wovens, prints and patterns that all coordinate, with palettes ranging from the palest icy blue to the brightest spring green. An approachable price point makes it possible to surround yourself with a bit of Charlotte's classic blooms and elegant prints. The Charlotte-styled chicly done brochure provides a peek into how she would use the refined fabrics, and provides inspiration to create feminine, warm and timeless interiors, all in an easy, breezy summery lifestyle. Charlotte is currently working on her eighth book, and I cannot wait to see what she has in store!
Going green, a graphic woven geometric Charlotte hangs in the window panels and is paired with Caroline, a novelty vase print in Grass on the sofa and paisley on an armchair.
A winding vine fabric, Violet in Ivy at the window and Claire printed floral in Red Eden on the seat cushion at a desk vignette.
Setting the table in tons of blue and white, a Moss signature, she combines her favorite china patterns to work with the floraly tablecloth.
Thalien, a periwinkle blue and rich purple paisley in an alternating stripe is such a great color pairing.
A cozy dining room with upholstered walls in rich reds show Thalien paisley in Melon and an upholstered chair in Violet, Watermelon. The leading edge of the paisley print makes a nice border at the top below the trim.
Strewn bright pink and green carnations, Lucia reminds me of one of my favorite Porthault prints, and I like that these carnations are priced to move.
Violet, an all over floral upholstery fabric with gradient shades of Watermelon has a nice aged look to it, like an Italian Renaissance fabric.
Taking faux bois to a new place, Fanny, this abstracted print can look animal, bois or like a sketchy linear pattern.
Looking fresh as a table skirt, the softly undulating pattern of this print gives it a versatility for a variety of applications. It is one of my favorites.
A blue and white chenille woven Harriet in Mist looks almost sponge printed.That mini cane chair is beyond!