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Ask Casa: I Need Cool Nursery Fabric!

Dear Casa,

I need serious help. I am decorating a nursery for my first baby and I don't know where to look for the fabric I would love to use. I don't want to go with a cutesy baby room. I want it to be vintage and fun and funky. I love the fabrics that Anthropologie uses for their chairs, but have been unable to find anything online. I want something bold, with large graphics, and kind of kitschy. Any ideas?

Thanks in advance,
Samantha675


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Dear Samantha 675,

My immediate thought was of Reprodepot Fabrics. This online fabric shop was started in 1999 by the president, owner, and founder of Reprodepot, Djerba Goldfinger, out of her love for vintage textiles. Unable to find suitable yardage and with supplies dwindling of actual older fabrics, she decided to compile a handpicked selection of brand new fabrics with vintage and retro themes and offer them online. What started as a side business to feed her fabric addiction quickly became a full-time business. A lot of her fabrics are exactly what you're looking for: cool, graphic designs that won't scream "nursery." Take a look below at some of my fave finds and let me know what you think.

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MistressDonna MistressDonna 8 years
What about purchasing some great heavy curtains from either Anthropologie or Ikea and using the fabric? Probably wouldn't run you more than $60...?
ufshutterbabe ufshutterbabe 8 years
I've had pretty good luck searching Etsy.com for cool vintage and reproduced vintage fabrics. Of course, I've yet to actually complete a project with any of them!
lolagrape lolagrape 8 years
Or even Amy Butler fabric, which is pretty widely available, as I bought some at Hancock. There are lots of real nurseries at Apartment Therapy's website--ohdeeoh.com--that you can look at for inspiration and most are happy to provide the "where they bought it" info.
lolagrape lolagrape 8 years
Or even Amy Butler fabric, which is pretty widely available, as I bought some at Hancock.There are lots of real nurseries at Apartment Therapy's website--ohdeeoh.com--that you can look at for inspiration and most are happy to provide the "where they bought it" info.
Stacey-Cakes Stacey-Cakes 8 years
I also love contemporarycloth.com . They have a lot of great funky mod and boho fabrics. Their prices are really reasonable and their customer service is outstanding.
katedavis katedavis 8 years
You can also check out purlsoho.com. It'll take a little while to go through all their stuff but it is DEFINITELY worth it.
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