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What are the best colors to opt for your outdoor upholstery?

Posted by Jo Thompson on

What are the best colors to opt for your outdoor upholstery?

Much of the outdoor upholstery fabric available comes with neutral tones, like tan, white, gray, or beige. It looks incomplete or dull if the upholstery is forsaken, with no stress like it was taken away of the box & then you are distracted. Indoor rooms in a house are pretty simple: a dining room for dining, a bedroom used for sleeping, a bathroom for taking a bath, & so on. But how you approach designing the outdoor space is a completely personal decision; still, there are a few basic rules to abide by. When it comes to deciding the best color for...

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How to avoid dust collection on your upholstery fabric?

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How to avoid dust collection on your upholstery fabric?

Many researchers have found out that dust can be a source of asthma & asthma-like symptoms. The pathogen chemicals based in the dust, termed as endotoxins, can cause wheezing & asthma in adults. It has also been discovered that dust mites & dust particles might contribute to the existence of allergies in houses. Fighting dust is a regular battle, & being prepared to stand up to it is important. Dust coating your furniture reverts, which can be irritating to often remove, but it is a new tier of troublesome when it pays off into the upholstery fabric around your house....

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How and where to use Greek Key Trims

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How and where to use Greek Key Trims
I love Greek Key fabric trims -- especially the trims that we just received from Clarence House.  Clarence House's quality is unquestioned and to add style to quality, we feel very blessed to have Galon Athenee trims in stock.  The Greek Key style is simple yet makes a statement wherever it is used.   Pictured above [...]

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What to do with those fabric remnants?

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What to do with those fabric remnants?  In our business, there are lots of fabric remnants -- some nicer than others.  When we have end bolts of less than a yard or two, we like to make pillows out of them.  Of course we usually don't have time to create and sew all of the [...]

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