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Inspirational ideas for Indian fabric

Indian fabric is vibrant and full of colour so ideal if you want to create a bright and vivid room.

Spice up your room scheme

Spice up your room scheme

Spicy tones such as cinnamon, saffron, ginger and chilli are all widely used in Indian and ethnic fabric. These warm colours will bring cosiness and warmth to your scheme. If used on your walls these colours can make a room feel smaller and darker however they will also add a touch of drama for example in a dining room. If you feel these colours are too dark for your walls then use them for your curtain fabric - Malabar have some great prints - and paint your walls lighter shades of these spicy colours. Natural flooring works well with this scheme so choose sisal or coir matting.

Elephant fabric for children's rooms

Elephant fabric for children's rooms

Images of elephants are synonymous with India and are often found on Indian fabric. Elephant fabric is a popular choice and comes in many different styles and colours, from rich earthy shades through to monochrome colours. Mix and match with a striped fabric for a contemporary look. These quirky fabrics would be ideal to use in a child's bedroom or playroom where they will add colour and fun to the room.

Bright and bold silk fabric for your bedroom

Bright and bold silk fabric for your bedroom

India is well known for its bright and multi-coloured saris and these are often the inspiration for furnishing fabrics. Hot pinks, bright turquoise, scarlet red and glittering gold feature in these colourful fabrics. Look for silk fabric in these colours and use for cushions to add a wow factor to your room. These could be used anywhere in your home but would look stunning piled high on a bed against plain bedlinen.

Paisley pattern for the living room

Paisley pattern for the living room

Paisley fabric is another popular design for Indian fabric and would look great made into curtains in a living room. Available in a wide range of colours, you could either look for something in bright turquoise and gold or in more muted colours such as soft greens and pale pinks. Use silk cushions in contrasting colours as a finishing touch.

Accessories

Accessories

Accessorise your scheme by introducing bright vases and Indian style lighting in silver or brass.  Add colourful rugs for texture.  This is a vibrant scheme so don’t be afraid of adding lots of different colours to your room – it will add loads of character to your home making it feel a welcoming and inviting space.

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