Give Away: $100 to Lewis and Sheron!

Monday, March 21, 2011

I use Lewis and Sheron all the time and can completely vouch for their online customer service skills. That doesn't mean I'm not totally jealous of all you lucky Atlanta readers that can visit L&S in person!

The easiest way to spruce up your home is to introduce a new fabric with some pillows, a little stool or bench or some new drapes. L&S is giving away another $100 to one of you readers. Here are some ideas to get you thinking about how you would use the gift card:

Josef Frank fabrics are bright, bold and...expensive.




Get the look for less with this cheery botanical.


I love the damask on these wing chairs. I think the less graphic, more washed out look is nice.


House Beautiful

Here's an upholstery weight substitute fabric:


Tobi Fairley used this green geometric for these great wing backs:



Red on red trellis sort of reminds me of David Hick's La Florentina.



I will never not love this little skirted zebra ottoman featured in Cottage Living and this fabric is a dead ringer:



Toile can be really sophisticated in the right space (like this Paris apt featured in Elle Decor, via Habitually Chic). This inexpensive toile is a good choice.



Paisley feels really fresh to me right now.



This red floral is an inexpensive Chiang Mai Dragon look-a-like.



I love arm chairs in a pretty suzani print.



Kravet's Lutron in this mushroom and teal colorway is a more subdued way to take on a big pattern and some color.




This inky, dark print would be as kid and pet-friendly as it is stylish on a piece of furniture:




Enter to win $100 to Lewis and Sheron by visiting their website and leaving a comment on this post with what fabric you would chose and what you would do with the yardage.

Contest closes Sunday, March 28 at midnight. The winner will be chosen at random and this post will be updated with the winner's name.

Good luck!

***CONGRATULATIONS to Arlynn! We'll be in touch with your gift certificate! Thanks!!***

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