Andrea Maaseide Design

Not just one

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Pick a frame and a fabric.  That's what most people do.  They walk into the furniture store and find something that works in their space.  Maybe mix things up a bit with a fun fabric on their throw pillows.  But you can have so much fun with your upholstered furniture.  Why pick just one fabric?

I love designer Kit Kemp's creative use of fabric. 

 A little patchwork anyone? {Via  Kit Kemp's Crosby Street Hotel }

A little patchwork anyone? {Via Kit Kemp's Crosby Street Hotel}

 One fabric on the outside frame and one fabric on the cushions.  And what fun colors!  {Via  Kit Kemp's Number Sixteen Hotel }

One fabric on the outside frame and one fabric on the cushions.  And what fun colors!  {Via Kit Kemp's Number Sixteen Hotel}

A colorful, patterned fabric on a visible chair back is a great way to add interest to a space.  

 Pink! {Via Houzz}

Pink! {Via Houzz}

  Or pattern all around! {Via Houzz}

 Or pattern all around! {Via Houzz}

U.K. Company Designer's Guild is a wealth of inspiration!

 A lot going on here... but it works! {Via  Designers Guild }

A lot going on here... but it works! {Via Designers Guild}

 Again, contrasting fabric on the inside and outside of the sofa. This blush pink is made even more outstanding against the black fabric on the outside frame.  Beautiful! {Via  Designers Guild } 

Again, contrasting fabric on the inside and outside of the sofa. This blush pink is made even more outstanding against the black fabric on the outside frame.  Beautiful! {Via Designers Guild

 I love this idea of stripes on the back of a sofa.  We will do this in one of our projects someday! {Via  Designers Guild  }}

I love this idea of stripes on the back of a sofa.  We will do this in one of our projects someday! {Via Designers Guild}}

  Not only multiple fabrics, but an extra detail... the colorful button tufts on the chair and settee {Via   Designers Guild  } 

Not only multiple fabrics, but an extra detail... the colorful button tufts on the chair and settee {Via Designers Guild

 Stripes and florals together are always lovely! {Via  Designers Guild }

Stripes and florals together are always lovely! {Via Designers Guild}

Using different fabrics on dining room chairs is always nice.  You can choose a more durable, easy to clean fabric for the inside of your chair and a stand-out, but maybe not as durable fabric for the outside of the chair.  

 {Via  Katie Ridder }

Or you can skip the practical stuff altogether and just go for the eye candy.

 {Via  Katie Ridder }
 {Via Domaine Home}

{Via Domaine Home}

This is fun and different.  A patterned band of fabric on the center of the modular pieces.  

 Such a great color palette! {Via  Roche Bobois }

Such a great color palette! {Via Roche Bobois}

Or what about this...

 A mix of rug covered poufs by this super cool Spanish company that deserves its own blog post {Via  Gan-Rugs }

A mix of rug covered poufs by this super cool Spanish company that deserves its own blog post {Via Gan-Rugs}

A "cap" on a chair is another way to bring in multiple fabrics.

 We spotted this at Lee Industries at Fall Market.  Such a cute little chair! 

We spotted this at Lee Industries at Fall Market.  Such a cute little chair! 

  Anthropologie  has even jumped on board with this! Gorgeous combination of leather and velvet and even a contrast welt.  

Anthropologie has even jumped on board with this! Gorgeous combination of leather and velvet and even a contrast welt.  

Please contact us for more information about our design services.  We'd be thrilled to help you create a space you love!