A few months ago I (re)discovered spoonflower while I was looking at fabric options for pillows. I ended up ordering a couple yards of this fabric to make some pillow covers for the garage, and I’ve been addicted ever since. I’ve put together a list of some of my current favorites. If you see anything you like, you can actually click right on the fabric image to take you to the page.
1// I’ve been loving more graphic black and white patterns lately. I think they add the perfect pop in an otherwise neutral room.
2// Ombre effect with birds… need I say more? Also available in a few more color ways.
3// I’m always up for a good herringbone pattern — especially in mint.
4// This is another colorway of the dots fabric I ordered for my garage. She didn’t have citron available at the time, but I’ve been loving that color lately.
5// This pattern reminds me of some of the designer fabrics I’ve seen — yet at a much more attainable price.
6// I actually found this print through etsy. Lots of baby-wear shops carry little tiny baby leggings in Emily Sanford’s fabrics. I love the depth of color in her patterns.
7//Here we go with the citron again. I like how it is paired with an otherwise neutral palette and pattern.
8// This print would be perfect in a vintage airplane inspired nursery. Perhaps paired with some large scale prints like I made here?
9//I love the colors and pattern of this. It is like you are looking down into the water.
10// Gotta love some anchors in a classic navy/off-white color combo!
11// I love the linen-like texture and color of this trellis fabric.
12// This reminds me of this wallpaper –which I love.
13// This fabric has the cutest little strawberry dots. The designer, karinka, also has a cute berry basket pattern to go along with it. This would be great as a little tea towel.
14// I love the unique pattern. I can see this in a little girl’s nursery on an upholstered chair or even as curtains.
15// Inspired by this discontinued Anthropologie wallpaper, Laurel-Dawn created this fabric and wallpapered her son’s nursery with it.
If you have any other favorite spoonflower fabrics, please share in the comments!