MMc-y D

I stopped in my Schumacher showroom yesterday to order fabric for…wait for it…my dining room curtains.  After living the entire ten years in my old house in a state of indecision, I swore that in this house I’d pull the trigger and let the chips fall where they may.

None of these images has anything to do with my dining room curtains. (I keep saying it, did you notice?  The thrill of anticipation.)  These fabrics are from the fantastic new collection by Mary McDonald for Schumacher.

The rep was in the showroom and let me rifle through her samples.  The line is gorgeous, particularly the chinoiserie panel, top, which has the most terrific hand.

The trim offerings are impressive as well – this medallion being a personal favorite.  You can view the entire collection here.

As always, I received no compensation for this post. In fact, in a way, it cost me the money I spent on fabric for my…dining room curtains. Not really.  I just wanted to say it one more time.

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13 thoughts on “MMc-y D

  1. Oh my goodness.. do I ever understand that state of indecision! Everything is just so stinkin' uncomplicated about other people's houses. Congratulations on "pulling the trigger".


  2. I love the fabric in the first photo!

    We have a beautiful fabric store here in our town.

    One of the best in New England.

  3. Advice unasked for is usually worthless, but here goes: hang them up and don't look back! I'm more than certain your choice will be exquisite.

  4. I wanted to tell you that I've nearly completed a LARGE needlepoint canvas that you inspired me to do. I've designed, painted and stitched needlepoint for a million years but gave it up to focus on painting. You made me wonder why I couldn't do both for a bit. I bought Emily Peacock's fun canvas (LOVE) and have had the best time this winter. I've only done petit point before and this came on #10 canvas…what a difference that makes…so fast, so fun. thanks again.

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