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New Children's Fabrics from Schumacher + Lulu DK

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The iconic fabric maker, Schumacher recently collaborated with Lulu DK, for a children’s line of fabrics that is playful, modern, and sophisticated enough for nurseries, playrooms or living rooms. Click through to see my favorites!


  • Jelly Bean Print 1 of 7
    Jelly Bean Print
    Available in three colorways, this confetti-like print is based on an original painting. It will add a perfectly playful touch to any child's room.
    From Schumacher. Available through interior designers.
  • Brushstroke Cotton 2 of 7
    Brushstroke Cotton
    This lovely brush stroke print is available in red, blue or green.
    From Schumacher. Available through interior designers.
  • Animal Print 3 of 7
    Animal Print
    For the child who loves the animal kingdom, these line drawings of birds, elephants and giraffes, might be just the thing.
    From Schumacher. Available through interior designers.
  • Star Fabric 4 of 7
    Star Fabric
    Stars are the perfect answer for the gender-neutral nursery. The star fabric comes in yellow, blue, or coral.
    From Schumacher. Available through interior designers.
  • Confetti Fabric 5 of 7
    Confetti Fabric
    Try this splattered paint fabric in anything from a baby's room to a teenager's bedroom.
    From Schumacher. Available through interior designers.
  • Modern Sailboat Print 6 of 7
    Modern Sailboat Print
    This sailboat fabric is a modern and colorful take on the traditional nautical style.
    From Schumacher. Available through interior designers.
  • Firecracker Fabric 7 of 7
    Firecracker Fabric
    This graphic firecracker print is a charming fabric to decorate any room with.
    From Schumacher. Available through interior designers.

All photos from Schumacher.

Chelsea Fuss is a blogger and prop stylist based in Portland who blogs daily at Frolic!

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