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B-M palladian blue fabric to match

Posted by bookgal (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 8, 11 at 6:35

Has anyone found a fabric that will match B-M 'palladian blue' paint? I have it on the kitchen walls with darker 'stratton blue' as the accent. I love the paint, but am having trouble finding a fabric to match the blue-green tones.

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RE: B-M palladian blue fabric to match

I had a room I was trying to work with that was Palladian Blue. I found Waverly's Stripe Ensemble and it's coordinating floral look good, I found it at JoAnn's, but I haven't been in a while. I'm not sure if they still carry it. Some others to consider are Seymour Celadon and Reigate Seafoam from Calico Corners. The Seymour is a large plaid and Reigate is a pretty bird fabric. Check out the Calico Corners website, you can browse the fabrics by color, I searched Aqua/Teal.

Here's a picture of Stripe Ensemble and Reigate.
Possible colors

In the future, try to find a fabric you love first and then the paint. Having done it both ways, I can tell you it's so much easier to pick a wall color out of a fabric, rather than try to match a fabric to a color already on your walls.

Good Luck!

Try this

I forgot to mention, since this is more of a decorating question as opposed to a paint question, try posting on the Home Decorating forum. You'll probably get a lot more help there.

RE: B-M palladian blue fabric to match

thanks, (and you are right I should have put this in the decorating forum) but you found some good fabrics and I appreciate it!

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