Y'all I am losing it.  Or just not paying attention.  I posted the same picture on Instagram one month apart.....not even remembering.....saying practically the same thing. thing you know I'll be posting about broken toilets.  Might be time to hang it up.

Oh well....#oldpeople 

I was at the Mart yesterday soaking in all the pretty merchandise..... none of which I need by the way.  But.....surely I have a client that could use something.....that's my story.  And of course....running into my design friends is always a plus.  Pictures coming Monday.

On to design.....I got an email from Schumacher about some new fabrics and trims....

First up is this tone on tone damask....which I am already in love with!

This boho style pattern is pretty snazzy.....

More boho

This one has a raised crewel pattern on it.

Some pretty trims....

This wallpaper....

Also in the article was this picture....

This is Nancy "princess" Pyne....and....yes my favorite pattern from Schumacher is named after her.   Her  home was designed by Albert Hadley who it's said had sourced this iconic pattern from England in the 1960's.

Apparently she was downsizing in 2008 and enlisted Mr. Hadley to help with her decorating again.  The upholstery was in need of recovering and since the original patterned chintz was no longer in production they did it in a stripe.  She never liked it.  Don't blame her.  

Schumacher reached out to her in 2008 and she gave then a few leftover swatches.  They recreated the pattern....and bam....Pyne Hollyhock was born!

Miss Nancy...who is 94 by the way....finally got her Hollyhock back!

If you have been reading Design Indulgence for a while then you know my OBSESSION with this pattern.  

I used it for my One Room Challenge about  7 years or so ago.....and I am not tired of it one bit.  

So I jumped on Pinterest and found a few rooms that share my obsession.

Lauren Liess

Olivia Brock

Suellen Gregory

Dwell By Cheryl

Cheryl told me she actually found 13 yards of it at a thrift shop....I WOULD DIE.

Michele Adams

A few years ago they finally came out with the wallpaper!

Andrew Flesher

Laura Design Co.

Over the years they have added different colorways!

Of course Charcoal is my personal fav.....with Tobacco a close second!

So there you have it....your fabric history lesson.

I have been listening to  the podcast Cold while walking Cami and if you like "true crime" stories this is a good one!

Let me know if you have listened to any other good True Crime podcast!



onnery said...

Thanks for the podcast reco.

I like every fabrc pattern here, and the colors (to include black and white)!

Mary said...

My Favorite Murder is a great podcast. It’s true crime combined with humor.

Anonymous said...

Thanks I will try Cold..need a new podcast...if you haven’t listened to Dirty John it is really good and John is a piece of work.. it is now a limited series on Bravo starring the fabulous Connie Britton and Eric Bana... I know you are a fan of Ozark and Ruth is also on as one of Connie Brittons daughters...
Have a great weekend!

cindy hattersley design said...

I so thought of you when I read that! I didn't think you could possibly miss posting about it!! You have to be the best advertisement they have for that fabric. They should be giving you yards of it for all the free advertising! I am personally not a floral person but if I were...

Deborah said...

Podcast "Dr. Death" is a real-life thriller!

Gail Storti said...

Fabrics to die for! I see many I'd love to have but couldn't possibly afford! Drats! Rhe black and white combo of the Pyne Hollyhock is gorgeous and so timeless!

Katy said...

I love listening to Cold! It's so creepy that he recorded so much of his own voice and thoughts and his dad is the definition of creepy. I loved listening to the first season of Serial (the others were pretty meh to me) and then the podcast Someone Knows Something which has SIX seasons!!

Anonymous said...

I love the first Schumacher tone on tone navy fabric. Do you know if they have this in wallpaper too? Can you tell me the name of the fabric? Thank you!

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