5 Celebrity Fabric Lines You HAVE to See

Don't be surprised if you see a few familiar (and surprising) names the next time you're shopping online or perusing the aisles of your local fabric store. Fashion designers, talk show hosts, and even supermodels are developing their own lines of home decor fabrics. Don't miss the fabric collections from these five famous faces.

1. Kate Spade

The popular fashion designer's company, Kate Spade New York, boasts the motto "live colorfully," and it extends over to the fabric line she created in collaboration with Kravet. Described as "playful sophistication," you'll find a variety of modern florals, colorful solids, bold black-and-white prints, and a rainbow of patterns. While Kravet is only available to the trade, Kate Spade New York fabrics can also purchased online.

2. Kelly Ripa

The Live! With Kelly host brings her playful personality to a new home decor fabric collection. With names like "Bright and Lively," "Pretty Witty," and "Good Vibes" (pictured here) the fabrics are just as fun and colorful as you might expect. Ripa also created toned-down versions of the same patterns in colorways like Ebony and Spa. The collection is available at Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores.

3. Nate Berkus

Nate Berkus is an interior designer and TV personality known for his approachable, collected style. His line for Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores reflects the same laid-back yet well-traveled approach to design. You'll find modern geometrics, updated stripes, ikat patterns, and earthy prints in his designer fabric collection.

4. Sarah Richardson

As the host and producer of several design shows, including Sarah's House, Canadian interior designer Sarah Richardson's style is layered and soft with a modern twist on traditional. Her fabric line for Kravet is representative of that signature style and includes florals, solids, and geometrics that are designed to easily mix and match.

5. Iman

Iman's exotic beauty carries over into the line of home decor fabrics she created in collaboration with PK Lifestyles. Her collections, including "Urban Eclectic" and "Modern Glamour," feature globally influenced prints and textures in rich, saturated colors. See all of the fabrics and find out where to buy them on Iman Home.

Choosing a color scheme is easy when you use a fabric for inspiration. It's a trick designers employ all the time and you can too with these tips.


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