December 16, 2010 § Leave a comment


The designers at GHID are constantly researching great design of years past, as well as staying up to date on today’s lastest design trends. Even our busy design principal and president of Garrison Hullinger Interior Design, Garrison Hullinger, finds time for this. It’s an important part of our job as well as something we rather enjoy.

Recently our fearless leader ran across a few new fabrics from a line he’s grown quite fond of…

Quadrille has been featured in nationally recognized magazines numerous times, as well as in large-scale Hollywood productions such as the “Devil Wears Prada”. This line offers a variety of gorgeous fabrics and textiles ranging from beautiful wovens to vibrant and colorful graphics (something they’ve become famous for) to wall-coverings and trims. Some of which have been combined in the most creative and unique ways, all of which we love.

GHID is drawn to linens and cotton-linen blends, and utilize them in just about every project. Here are a few from Quadrille we adore:

Quadrille/Alan Campbell

Alan Campbell 'Criss cross' (photo courtesy of "The Designer's Attic")

Lyford Diamond Bamboo: A preppy print that's perfect for the beach. Linen/cotton, in Navy on Tint. China Seas through Quadrille Fabrics.

Quadrille's "Zig-Zag" featured in Veranda's November-December 2010

Quadrille featured in House Beautiful - December - January 2010

Written by GHID Associate Interior Designer, Nicole Copko


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