We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: one of the easiest ways to give your home a bold, new look is through the use of fabric. A burst of color and a show-stopping print can instantly breathe new life into any room. And with the end of summer in sight, now’s the time to start thinking about fabrics that effortlessly transition into fall. It just so happens we’re mildly obsessed with a new fabric from our collection that’s perfect for right now and later on when you’re craving a little warmth.
Meet Rayna, an oversized floral linen that boasts a deeper palette we’re loving for fall, including coral, peacock, moss and mandarin. It’s the kind of fabric that looks so classic, yet feels so fresh — and looks good anywhere. For a little inspiration, check out our favorite four ways to spice up your home with Rayna.
In a room full of quiet neutrals, this fabulous headboard steals the show to create a distinct focal point. If you’re worried it might limit your bedding choices, think again. Rayna pairs well with a variety of soft colors, like our signature spa, and easily mixes with small-scale prints, from checks to stripes.
You bought a slipcovered chair for a reason, right? Change it up with a lively slip that kicks up the color quotient in your home office, dining room or living room. Rayna’s warm colors and flowing pattern bring a welcome sense of energy to a room.
Lighting is the jewelry of the room, and a fixture can be a great way to add a fun pop of color to your decor. If you’ve already got a fabulous lamp base, simply switch out the shade for a quick refresh. Pull colors from the fabric to repeat in accessories or wall art for a beautifully coordinated look.
Looking for something even more low commitment? Try a pillow! It’s the easiest way we know how to add impact with a pretty print. We especially love the unexpected shape of an oblong pillow (we used a 12×20″) for side chairs and the center of the sofa. And when the air turns crisp, pair the warming tones of Rayna with a coordinating throw for a cozy statement.