Blue and White Monday Budget Friendly Fabric from The Glam Pad


Last Monday I had Tiffany Jones here sharing absolutely beautiful blue and white fabric.  She shared Brunschwig and Fils, Quadrille, and Jim Thompson among others.  While they're all to die for, they may be beyond the budget for many.  Today I have Andrea, from The Glam Pad, sharing beautiful blue and white fabrics that are budget friendly.  

TPP's Blue & White Monday series always gets my week off to a great start, and I'm delighted to be guest posting here today! For months I have been on the hunt for the perfect budget-friendly blue and white fabric for our family room, and now the only problem is which one to choose! Here are a few of my favorites that are rich with charm, but won't break the bank.

Yosca Blue is a top contender. It is truly gorgeous fabric, and with a 55% linen blend, it looks and feels very expensive! There is so much detail in this Chinoiserie pattern, and I love the varying shades of blue. Normally priced at $38.99 per yard, Yosca Blue is currently on sale at Calico Corners.

I have a sample of this 100 percent cotton chintz in the mail! I hope it is as beautiful in person as it appears online.
I first learned of this fabulous fabric via Chinoiserie Chic. I agree with Beth, it is an excellent way to achieve a similar look as Quadrille, but at a fraction of the cost. Inspired by Quadrille's Lyford Pagoda, I like Canton Bazaar almost as much as the original.
One of my all-time favorite blue and white fabrics is The Vase by David Hicks for Clarence House. It is a timeless classic, and it and it can be purchased from Decorator's Best for $93.75 a yard. Ouch.
This fabric provides a lovely alternative to The Vase at a much lower price. Thank you to my reader, Wendy, for sharing this fabric with me!
Another interpretation of The Vase is this fun and fresh fabric from designer Charlotte Moss. I wish it came in navy, but I do like the Forget Me Not colorway.

Another fabric I love is 3 Park Tribal Thread Azure. This is such a thick, quality fabric. Note the crewel-like embroidery...

(discounts apply for large orders) 

3 Park Tribal Tread Azure reminds me of the pricey Oxus, by Carleton V (above).

This is one trendy pattern. From House Beautiful to Lonny to Chinoiserie Chic to Apartment Therapy - just to name a few appearances - this print is making its rounds amongst the design world! 

(discounts apply for large orders)
I adore this 100 percent linen Ikat. I am actually thinking of using it for accent pillows.

The Blogosphere is currently all a buzz over the terrific Trellis by Danika Herrick for Spoonflower! It is available in a wide variety of colorways, and pricing ranges from $17.50 per yard for basic combed cotton to $38 a yard for Silk Crepe de Chine. Trellis is also available in wallpaper.

I am a huge fan of this beautiful fabric that Jennifer used in her family room and kitchen.

Bloggers Kathysue from Good Life of Design and Karianne from Thistlewood Farms selected this fabric for their homes, and it is gorgeous.

A nice, traditional blue and white, by Waverly.

I absolutely love aviary fabric and wallpaper!

And last but not least, I think this fun, Oceanic fabric would be perfect for a beach house or possibly our waterfront home?

Thank you, Jennifer, for allowing me to share my favorite bargain-friendly blue and white fabrics. I would love to hear of any other reader favorites!

Thanks so very much for sharing these with us, Andrea! 

If you don't know Andrea, you need to.  Her blog, The Glam Pad, is one of my favorites.  When I'm there I get to see lots of gorgeousness and learn lots of fascinating things about the world of design and architecture.  And, an added bonus is that she's renovating her house and sharing the process.  This past weekend her wallpaper installer came and installed Carleton V's Brazilliance, one of my favorites.  Go see Andrea here.



Junell said...

Great post! Love the "highs & lows" of all the fabric styles!

The enchanted home said...

Wow my head is swimming in all this blue and white gorgeousness. David Hicks The Vase is a total classic ..the Yosca blue is quite gorgeous and sophisticated and would save money...huge bonus:)

All of them are stunning and your laundry room window treatment is STUNNING!

stephanie at Stephanie Kraus Designs said...

Love andrea and her blog. Thanks for having her share her fave blue and white fabrics on the high vs. low scale. I'm looking for lots of blue and white for clients right now and am definitely bookmarking this post! Thanks again!! xo

Sandy at You May Be Wandering said...

Hi Jennifer...I love all these fabrics - I just wish I had a room to decorate in all blue and white!

Have a lovely Monday! xoxo

Julie Taylor and Danni Greenwalt said...

I have been looking for some blue and white fabric for drapes...These are all possible picks!

Vel Criste said...

So hard to choose Jennifer! I personally love the Waverly Fabrics the most!

Andrea said...

Thank you for allowing me to guest post today, Jennifer! It is such an honor!!

The Glam Pad

Katherine said...

Yosca Blue is my favourite - it looks timeless and subtle.

Khammany @ Sweet Inspired Home said...

Hi found my way here from The Glam Pad...Blue and white makes me lose all senses because I just drooling. My favorite is Braemore Imperial Treasure fabric. Love it!

Nancy {at} powellbrower at home said...

Great post and pinned alot of these more affordable choices! Thanks Andrea and Jennifer.
xo Nancy

Tiffany Jones Interiors said...

Great post, Andrea! I LOVE the trellis from spoon flower! It is so fresh and updated!

Kathysue said...

You know how much I love your Monday's post! I pinned a few of these wonderful fabrics for future reference. Imagine my surprise to see my blog mentioned here today, Thank YOU! Andrea and Jennifer. I do love the Nebula fabric and today I just put it away to bring in my Fall pillows, but no worries they are still full of blue and white with just a touch of black for the Fall. If you have a chance come by today and you can see the new mix for Fall.

Elisa of Fancy Free Me said...

So many beauties! Loving the waverly Bazaar. And I'll always take anything from duralee, esp if it's a ikat.

Linda {Calling it Home} said...

Andrea, you did an amazing roundup of fabrics. The fact that they are affordable is a huge plus.

Albertina M. Cisneros said...

Andrea sure has good taste! Amazing round-up!

Mary Ann at classic•casual•home said...

SUCH A FUN POST. Off to her blog :) thanks!

Jane Kilpatrick Schott said...

No one ever tires of a good blue...and Spoonflower is such a fabulous company. Great selections and wonderful prices. Nice post.

Elizabeth @ The Little Black Door said...

Great roundup ladies!! You can never have enough blue and white if you ask me. :)

Jane Kilpatrick Schott said...

Depending on the blue that you finally go with I LOVe the tribal and the Pindler and Pindler. I have used them both and love them. You can't go wrong with either.

emilie said...

Such a great post and so many great blue and white fabrics! I am between the Waverly Peaceful Temple, the Bansuri Iris, and the Trellis in Navy! But I also love the Canton Bazaar... Good luck and keep us posted!


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...