Buffalo check fabric

Discover how to incorporate the trendy buffalo check fabric into your home decor. Get inspired by top ideas to create a stylish and cozy atmosphere in every room.
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I’m lovin’ Charles Faudree’s line of fabric for Vervain. I’m needing wanting to update some drapes and upholstery in different parts of the house, and I’m soooo into this collection right now. I’m sure many of you have seen this ad in major style magazines. As most of you know, I love French Country décor and antiques, and Charles Faudree is one of my favorite designers. I was fortunate to have met him a couple years ago when he was speaking at the spring Keeneland Antique & Garden show in…

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Mixing Patterns Using Big Bold Buffalo Checks

Are you noticing buffalo checks everywhere? I am and I'm loving the look. I believe the checks make a statement and work best when mixed with other patterns. Here are some guidelines when mixing patterns: 1. Choose one loved pattern. Mine at the moment is buffalo check. 2. Select a common color(s). Black and white checks are my favorite. Next beige or brown, then blue. It's all a personal preference. 3. Make sure you distribute that color(s) evenly throughout the room. 4. Select different…

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