In Meg Braff's Long Island dining room, pale peach walls pick up the earthy shade from an antique carpet. Leafy green, found in the drapery and valence fabric (from Holland & Sherry) and the table covering (from Lulu DK) lends a lively accent. The antique caned regency chairs were grain painted to resemble tiger maple.
This playful grid pattern uses circles that resemble pom poms, so Schumacher named this fabric design Fuzz. I love that it’s fun, graphic, and ordered all at the same time. I can easily imagine it in a family room, a sunroom, a kitchen or breakfast room, a bathroom, or a bedroom.