Some Schumacher Katsugi fabric that I scored at a great price is working its way across the country to our home right now. So excited. I’ve loved this fabric, and now, to get to play with it! I got it in the Link & Sepia colorway and it’s going in the master bedroom:
It’s going to be on the wall and paired with a cabinet that I’ll makeover into an “antique” Chinese sideboard, like I did for our dining room here.
The UPS guy brought a pet food shipment from PetFlow today but no Katsugi. I got impatient and started playing around in Olioboard:
The plan is to put Katsugi on the wall behind the cabinet/sideboard to make it a focal point, similar to this. The room needs more lighting so I’ll likely add two lamps like this too. That chair is awesome but it’s over $600 so … no …
Katsugi is good in moderation. Too much Katsugi is like eating the whole container of Breyers Cookies n’ Cream in one sitting. Like I would know. ;)
If you’d like just a dash of Katsugi for yourself, you can get pillows from Etsy shop pillowflightpdx. Here’s a few:
Here’s how this fabric has been used in rooms …
It’s on dining chairs in this room in Traditional Home:
Via The World of Interiors, here it is on Anna Wintour’s sofa:
I am surprised. I guess I expected a look more severe, like her hair.
It’s used as skirting and pillows in this bedroom by Tom Scheerer:
Here it covers a duvet in a bedroom by Jan Showers:
I love it with that antelope animal print rug.
From Elle Décor, here’s another room with Katsugi but this is a bit much for me:
You’ll see at some point what we do with this fabric!