Your Home, Your Sanctuary

Monday, July 13, 2009 | Category: Books, Decorating, Designers, Fabric


The other day I had the pleasure of meeting the fabulous Clodagh, the Irish-born designer and now author!  Not only does Clodagh have a new book out, “Your Home, Your Sanctuary,” but she also has an amazing new line of indoor-outdoor fabrics for Perennials.  With Clodagh’s unmistakable look that blends the exotic with the familiar and Perennials’ technology and functionality, the fabric line is a celebration of harmony, pleasure and indulgence.  I will  definitely  be  suggesting some of these fabrics for the  homes of  my clients!  Here are some of my favorites.


Amazed in Cape Cod


Katanga in Seagull


Raffia in Chestnut


Kuba in Vellum

So beautiful on their own, AND so great when paired together!  These fabrics really would help you turn your home, both indoor and out, into a sanctuary. Clodaghs fabrics are represented by the David Sutherland Showroom at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago,  Ask for Bryce, the Showroom Manager 🙂  Tell him that we sent you!


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7 Comments to 'Your Home, Your Sanctuary'

Dan and Deanna 14 Jul 09 at 4:12 am

To see all of those beautiful choices and all that can be done with them. If for the outside you might need shade from the sun so you can enjoy the patio. They would liven up any room on the inside of the house. What good choices. Because of all the things that we can learn from you and the beautiful rooms that you put together we have added you to our list for these Awards- “Best Blog Award” and “A lovely Blog Award”. If you would to learn more visit our blog at: .

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Rustic Furniture 14 Jul 09 at 12:49 pm

I love fabric. I can see using Kuba in Vellum on some pillows for my patio furniture.

I have learned a lot from reading some of the posts here and plan on learning more.

Great blog.


Nicolette 14 Jul 09 at 4:46 pm

There’s nothing more useful than fabric, especially if you want to redesign the look and feel of your house on a budget. These fabric designs give an invaluable tool for both professional and amateur designers to renew their surroundings.


paula 15 Jul 09 at 8:12 am

such gorgeous fabrics.

Down Comforter 16 Jul 09 at 4:19 am

Oooooh, I love “Amazed in Cape Cod” I can envision a bedroom centered around that pattern. Beautiful!

Dorm Bedding 16 Jul 09 at 4:27 pm

Great-looking fabrics 🙂 I really like the Katanga & Raffia patterns.

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