Citron fabric: Thomas Paul Plume in Chartreuse, Calico Corners, calicocorners.com
Use for: Window treatments
Raspberry fabric: Lattice Bamboo in Raspberry, Calico Corners
Use for: Pillows or bench cushions.
Bird fabric: Thomas Paul Perch in Lilac, Calico Corners
Use for: Pillows
Purple paint: Martha Stewart by Glidden, Gloaming, #170, Home Depot, homedepot.com
Use for: Walls
Silver paint: Martha Stewart Living Metallic Paint in Polished Silver 343-560, Home Depot
Use for: Stenciling
Stencil: Modern Deco Damask, Royal Design Studio, royaldesignstudio.com
Use for: Walls
Paper background: Precious Leathers Embossed Paper in Pewter Gray Gator, Paper Mojo, papermojo.com
Use for: Lining the back of a bookcase
Fuchsia Chair: Nina Chair, World Market, worldmarket.com (See it at ShopBHG!)
Not pictured: Paint: Citron #2024-30, Benjamin Moore, benjaminmoore.com
Use for: Accent furniture
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