Interior Obsessions – Textiles

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When we think of textiles for use in the home, typically our thoughts go directly to towels or sheets, and perhaps to pillows and upholstery. But there are other great ways to use fabric-type items within your modern interior, and a wonderful selection of textile types to use as well.

You can add textiles to your interior environment in the form of screens, wall hangings, lampshades, baffles, blankets and throws. And the materials available in these styles range from macramé to shell, wood to standard fabric. This is a great way to add visual texture and perhaps a pop of color to your room without making a more permanent investment.

(above) Modern Macramé Hanging

Textile Shelving + Macramé Lampshade

 Tent-Like Baffles

Foldable Wood Fabric + Capiz Screen

Amy wrote this post. She is the designer and owner of FormFire Glassworks, where she creates modern lampwork glass beads and jewelry, and by day designs custom homes for a small firm in Southern California. You can follow her twitter @formfireglass.

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Love these. Especially that top one. Would make a great room divider for a small NYC apt like mine. 🙂 -Claudia

Dreaming of Palm Trees | January 26th, 2012 at 1:55 pm

The top is my favorite too Dreaming of Palm Trees. Although the very last image is a close second. Thanks for stopping by!
-Brittni

papernstitch | January 26th, 2012 at 5:44 pm

Ooh! I love everything about the tent space, such a beautiful combination of soft and hard.

Kirsty @GoodTasteGuide | January 26th, 2012 at 7:24 pm

Oh goodness, these images are amazing! I love the bedroom with the fabric over head, it’s beautiful… and the first image makes me want to learn macrame 🙂

Miss ED | January 29th, 2012 at 11:39 pm

I would LOVE to wake up in that room with the tent-like baffels!

Penny Glass Girl | February 11th, 2012 at 12:36 pm
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