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Henry Road

I’ve mentioned Henry Road before, but in case you haven’t visited them lately… Don’t you just love this bold perky tablecloth in red and white? Or these pillows? These are exact patterns that I would use in a room devoid of color, needing a quick redo. Often, we turn to paint or new furniture to introduce color, but who has time to paint (and money for new furniture), especially if your relatives just phoned and they are arriving for a little family time THIS weekend. Before grabbing those paint rollers and stressing over colors, why not add a Henry Road tablecloth to your table? Take the red/white tablecloth shown and top with a big ocean blue bowl filled with bright yellow lemons in the center, or a white vase (or red) with bright yellow daffodils. Blue and yellow looks stunning with bright red. Or, you can go with red, orange and teal…

Tip: You can even fold a beautiful tablecloth (as long as it is fabric and not oil cloth or plastic, of course) for displaying on a chair or on the back of your sofa in the living room (if the back of your sofa doesn’t face a wall, that is!). Introducing color in your space doesn’t have to involve a seamstress, gallons of paint, or even lots of money. Just add a few throw pillows, a new tablecloth, and viola! instant perk up!

Related posts: Henry Road, April 25

(images from henry road)

Posted by decor8 in uncategorized on June 20, 2006

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  1. mcaplan commented
    June 20th, 2006 at 7:26pm

    One of my favorite places to find great color accents for the house! I LOVE Henry Road!! I especially appreciate the vibrant colors and patterns! Lovely!

  2. Paula commented
    June 20th, 2006 at 7:37pm

    Thanks Holly! Great decorating ideas — the tablecloths also make great curtains.

  3. decor8 commented
    June 20th, 2006 at 7:54pm

    Thanks ladies!

    Paula – yes, you’re right about that. they make great cafe curtains, just cut to fit window, sew a simple hem on all four sides and to really save time and effort, add clip hooks or silver grommets (just use grommet pliers and viola!)

    SO easy to update a tired kitchen.


  4. jordan commented
    June 20th, 2006 at 10:05pm

    I’ve never seen somebody pump out the posts like you. I’m a long time reader but first time commenter. Thanks for the blog.

  5. decor8 commented
    June 21st, 2006 at 2:15am

    he he thanks jordan. i love blogging, it’s totally addictive and fun. i’ve only been blogging for 6 months, but the NEW has not worn off, in fact i love it more and more… i’ve learned so much about design, designers, what people respond to, it’s just fascinating to me. totally.

    i’m happy you decided to comment. lurkers are welcome, but i totally feel lonely until i see posts. it’s so satisfying to see people reply to things i post.

    :) holly

  6. anita katita commented
    June 24th, 2006 at 9:55pm


  7. suzy fairchild commented
    June 24th, 2006 at 9:56pm

    I love em!

  8. workingclassheroes commented
    September 23rd, 2007 at 5:24pm

    we’ve been looking around your blog and we really have to say that we love your taste, style and picks.

    we will definitely keep checking, especially when it comes to xmas!

    love from austria, monie and james

    PS: check out our etsy shop, we bet you like our laptopwallets too.

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