11/14/10

FABRIC | JOHN STEFANIDIS


Udaiphur

Lately, I've been looking for something different. Something to get excited about. I can usually find inspiration from fabrics, but it's been a while. Not since Kathryn Ireland's Mexico meets Morocco or Peter Dunham's divine fabric collections came on the scene, have I been quite so interested in a decorator's line of fabrics. Until, discovering the fabrics of John Stefanidis. Of course, these fabrics are not new... but they appear fresh to my eye. They have a timeless aesthetic with a sixties or seventies twist that just appeals to me. Stefanidis has seven fabric collections in total: Abigail, Bejing, Bizarre, Carnival, Claudia, Japanese, and Passepartout. Here are some of my favorites:


Flowers


Mahal


Chinese Clouds


Mahal


Josephine


Esrajim Stripe


Jaisilmir


Forest


Carnival


Fishbones


Claudia


Butnair


Puccini


Diamonds

You will also find great inspiration in his new book: An Island Sanctuary {A House in Greece}. It's the story of his discovery of Patmos and creating the most authentic and delightful island house.

7 comments:

  1. these are truly amazing. the jaisilmir looks very familiar to me. have you used it before somewhere in one of your homes?

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  2. Hi La,

    I have a lot of fabrics that look like that one! I'm thinking of using one of the first two Udaiphur or Flowers on two chairs. So happy you like them too ; )

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  3. Adore Udaiphur and Claudia! Will find a way to use one!

    Come enter my giveaway from Empress of the Eye! You will love the interview!

    xoxo
    Karena

    Art by Karena

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  4. I love the Puccini fabric! Just stumbled onto your blog, so pretty!

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  5. Thanks Evie! I love that one too ; )

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  6. ooooo I love all the blues especially Udaiphur. The Mahal is very crisp too!
    John Stefanidis is now on my radar.
    Thanks Barb!
    xo Lisa

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  7. Hi Lisa... I'm contemplating Udaiphur for some chairs! Thank you for stopping by and happy Thanksgiving to you, and your family. ; ) oxo

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