I've included mostly French toile fabric, but also some American (e.g. Jamestown toile fabric prints), oriental toile fabric and a few modern styles. There's plenty of Waverly toile fabric, too, but for aficionados I've created a special page, Waverly Toile Fabric. Ideas for Decorating With Toile De Jouy here.
Red Toile Fabric By The Yard
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This section includes strictly red toile fabric, as well as French, oriental and Jamestown toile fabric that contains enough red to qualify for group membership ;-)
I've also included pink toile print because pink is a tint of red. For pink and green toile, however, please click here.
Yellow toile fabric is a bit of a rarity at the moment - there isn't a lot of choice available. Still, if you've got your heart set on yellow color plus toile patterns, you do have options:
1. Use a blue and yellow toile print (it's the most common color combination), or 2. Combine solid yellow color (e.g. paint, fabrics) with black and cream toile fabric pattterns (a very chic, midcentury color scheme).
Red and green are complementary colors, and the combination is usually a winner, even if you replace the color red with pink. Pink and green toile de Jouy fabric somehow embodies the carefree days of summer better than any other color combination out there.
If, however, you opt for a monochromatic pink toile print or a green French toile, it's always a good idea to include the complementary color in the room decorating scheme, even if just as an accent color, to liven things up.
This section contains both sepia and chocolate browns. Sepia is often used in neutral beige/brown toile fabric. It is full of the charm of antique prints and old times. Chocolate brown looks great with with powder pink and duck-egg blue, so I've included French toile fabric designs in those colors as well.
Neutral Color Schemes - The
Book: Learn about using neutral color palettes with your Waverly toile fabric (or anywhere else, for that matter) Understand what makes neutral color schemes look their best, and what happens when you inject 'real' color into a neutral color palette.
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