I love this tan/white combination. The geometric pattern gives you a a strong graphic element, but the colors keep it neutral. If you like mixing patterns and colors, but are a little nervous about doing it, this is the fabric for you! It’s easy, I promise, and you can still maintain a clean aesthetic.
I’ve been thinking about putting a tan cowhide under my ottoman. Looks like I’m not the first person who has done this!
Here it is in one of my favorite living rooms by Angie Hranowsky. Looks great with that fabulous marble fireplace, and accents of purple and yellow. See how it pairs so easily with a graphic rug and a large scale suzani (other seat cushion)?
I also love it as curtains. I like how the pattern changes with the pleats. Is it geometric, is it abstract? Who cares, its fabbbbulous, darling.
It wasn’t right for my home, but my favorite colorwave of La Fiorentina is Wine/Magenta. I’m using it in an upcoming project, though!
Looks great on this sofa!
Ruthie Somers in Domino, via La Dolce Vita
Another fun, colorful option is Coral. I adore this pillow…
$55 pillow cover by Elegant Touch
As I am a lover of Gray, I also have a soft spot for the gray colorwave. The gray/tan combo is subtle and soothing. I love how Ashley Hicks used this fabric as a canopy for a bed!! And the bedskirt. It’s official: I need a patterned bedskirt.
Southern Living, via Blue Label Bungalow
And while it is not my favorites, the brown/white and black/white colors are perennial stars.