One Fabric - Two Ways

I discovered this sweet Kerry Joyce flower power linen fabric last summer at Primavera, and I can't seem to get it out of my head. It comes in a few different colorways, but the stone and love pink are definitely my favorites.

I would love to use it as a window treatment in a modern girls nursery.  I like the idea of pairing this fabric with more natural wood finishes in oak or birch for an organic feel, while adding a few black and white geometric prints like the Aelfie rug in Optik Black for more contrast. And how amazing would it be if there was room for a pink sofa, obviously...

While the fabric certainly does veer "nursery-ish", I think it can also work in a more grown up and playful space. In the room below, it would add an unexpected dose of sweetness to the otherwise clean and minimalist vibe.  And it works so beautifully with the angel wing Ingo Maurer sconce that's available at Klaus. How gorgeous would two of these beauties look flanking a richly sculpted marble fireplace? Simply add some oak herringbone floors and this room is nearly complete!