What would your dream pantry include?
...but it just looks kind of sad with no curtain panels.
So, here are a few options I've selected (no commitment to any of them). You'll notice a color them of greens/blues/browns/tans. I'm previewing a large picture of the fabric plus a side-by-side picture of the room and fabric - just for helpful visualization.
I love the variety of greens. I love the browns which will coordinate with the tan walls and brown blinds. I love paisley patterns.
My fear? The paisley pattern is too small and will appear "busy" when hung in large quantities.
This is almost identical to Fabric 2, but with more muted tones and a creamy background instead of blue. I continue to love the fabric pattern and color combo.
My fear? Colors are too natural and won't stand out enough against the tan walls and don't coordinate well with the darker blinds.
This is a pretty bold choice. I love all the colors. I think it will add a richness to the room.
My fear? I will get tired of it quickly. It's not versatile enough to coordinate with other fabrics I might use in bedding, pillows etc.
Of course, I had to thrown in a bird-option. I love that the colors are simple - just green and white. The pattern would add some whimsy to the room.
My fear? Not the right color green. Not colorful enough.
Well, that's all (7) of them. I just don't know. After looking at them over and over, I think I'm most drawn to Fabric 1, 2, and 6. But I'm very much a see-it-in-person type of gal, and I think a trip to Joann Fabrics is in order this weekend. I gotta "feel it" if you know what I mean. Plus I can bring my handy paint swatches with me to color match better.
Which fabric choice would you pick if you were me? Shout out a number!