Monday, February 10, 2014

Needing, Wanting, Loving: China Seas' Sigourney

Happy, happy Monday!  How was your weekend?!  I had a pretty low-key few days studying, catching up on housework and watching the Sopranos with Sam.  We recently started from Episode 1 Season 1 on HBO Go and we are well through the 2nd Season at this point.  It's soooo good!  Anyway, on to the topic du jour.  To get us through a dreary February Monday, I thought it would be nice to share my latest pretty pattern obsession- China Seas' Sigourney.  The pattern is produced in 7 fabric and wallpaper colorways and sold through Quadrille, and the bold, whimsical print has me smitten:


I  love how this designer used the Sigourney Taupe colorway in this bedroom.  The neutral shade keeps the space serene, and the yellow accents add a bit of playfulness.  
Designer Alisha Gwen used Sigourney "Jungle Green" fabric for the drapes in this space for a bold, punchy feel.  The hanging chair adds a funky touch, too:




Amanda Nisbet boldly used the yellow color for this staircase hallway.  I love that she paired it with a turquoise carpet!




Dreammmmmy.  If I had my choice, I'd wallpaper my powder bath in the Lilac color:


I hope you all have a great week!

XOXO,

Sam




10 comments:

  1. That skirted table is amazing! Love the look for that foyer.

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  2. Gorgeous pattern! The taupe and blue ones are my favorite. I wonder if it might be named for Sigourney Weaver...

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  3. I love those yellow splashes..... So cheerful.
    laura

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  4. Love it! That animal print hung upside down is adorable too.

    www.designsbykaty.com

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  5. My heart skipped a beat over the lilac colour way.

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  6. I've never seen this pattern before but I can see why it's getting popular - it's amazing! Great examples, too.

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  7. LOVE this pattern. Especially in yellow!

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  8. love! not sure which color I like the best they are all heaven!

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  9. Love the taupe! What a fun new pattern- haven't seen it! Thanks for sharing. Lilac would look fab on you. xo Nancy

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