Now is where you come into play. I'd like you to weigh in and help me decide which route to go with these groupings of fabrics. I thought it would be fun to get your opinions.
These boards aren't for anyone in particular, but I did start brainstorming with the intent on building a nursery design board, so keep that in mind when looking at the fabrics below.
Here is what I came up with so far...
Board #1 on the left started with the Lee Jofa/Lilly Pulitzer collection Happy Plaid. Next I found the petite polka dot. I knew I wanted a floral in the scheme, so that's when I added the yellow floral on the bottom left. When I was browsing Fabric.com, I came across the print on the top right which I thought was perfect to top off this group.
Board #2 started with the chevon fabric from Tonic Living - I loved this as soon as I saw it and it comes in a few different colorways. I thought it was so much fun and so many fun colors to pull from. Since I went the female route with the board on the left, I figured I'd try to go boy route with this fabric board. After I had the chevron fabric, I found the green damask fabric on Joann Fabrics. I added in the Subway pillow from CB2, and finished off this fabric idea board with the small black patterned fabric.
Here are the sources...
Happy plaid fabric - Lee Jofa/Lilly Pultizer
Yellow floral fabric - Because in Yellow by Suburban Home found at Fabric.com
Polka dot fabric - Bingo in coral found at Calico Corners
Wheels N Motion in spring - Waverly Modern Essentials found at Fabric.com
Chevron fabric - Tonic Living
Teatro tonic in black - Calico Corners/Robert Allen
Green damask fabric - Waverly Modern Essentials Luminary in emerald found at Joann.com
Subway pillow in white - CB2
Which group are you drawn to? Would you use these in a nursery or do you have ideas on other rooms these could work in?