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I usually do not like floral fabric but I really like this one. I remember it was used on a sofa in the film You've Got Mail and I loved it then and still do. I think I will use it somewhere in my house but I was just wondering what paint colour I should use. I am not fond of country style of decorating so I somehow want to be able to make it look fresh traditional and not stuffy.

Is my only option cream colour then?

I have not purchased fabric yet so don't worry about being completely honest! Haha.

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Anonymous's picture

I love your fabric. It's totally my style, soft and romantic. I would pick the soft shade of celery green. It's fresh without being overly stuffy.

Anonymous's picture

I thought everyone's ideas were great! Lots of different suggestions but I think they all sound good.

I have kept this fabric idea in my head for so many years I am anxious to try it somewhere. I frequently check the Waverly fabric website hoping it hasn't been discontinued before I get a chance to use it somewhere. It is called Norfolk Rose in colourway Blush incase anyone is interested.

I remember Sabrina Linn's apartment too. I really liked it also.
It seemed fresh and romantic.
Great ideas everybody! Thanks again.

Anonymous's picture

and nice creamy white trim. I think that would help keep your room looking contemporary.

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