Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Jane Shelton, love!

One of our fabric reps was in yesterday for a showing and introduced me to a new (to me) line of fabrics and trims called Jane Shelton. This does not happen often so I have to say I was intrigued.

Jane is an interior designer in Mississippi and started her own line. I was most impressed with the fresh, yet still traditional feel. I melted over the floral chintz pictured above because it is a heavily glazed chintz. You just don't see them anymore and I cherish them. So English and fabulous.

Her prints have a new take on English or, even, French Country.

The chairs pictured above are in a Jane Shelton paisley. I think they make this room. Really pull everything together. The space would almost feel Pottery Barn-ish without them. (My apologies to the designer and Pottery Barn; nothing bad was meant by using PB as an adjective.)

The wonderful pillows on these twin beds are Jane's and I have to say these beds sit in one of my favorite houses ever featured in Veranda magazine. The home is in Jamaica and it is so well done. Really well accessorised and amazing fabrics.

I will share more images from the Jamaica house in another post. It is that good.

Jane Shelton fabrics and trims can be purchased through designers, like me. For more information and to see all of her fabrics check out and enjoy.

Off to book club....



images credited to Emily Followill, Thomas Loof, Peter Vitale, Southern Accents, Veranda, and Jane Shelton


  1. Loving those prints, great find!

    You are on my blog today! Welcome and thank you.