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The Window Scene Spring/Summer 2012

In This Issue: • Luxury Drapes • Designer Fabrics • Pillow Talk • Kids’ Classics • And Much More!



From The Editor It always makes me happy to see the flowers and trees in

full bloom again. The sights and smells of spring inspire a sense of rebirth and renewal. It’s also a great time for redecorating! Cast off the heavy fabrics of winter and treat yourself to a fresh, new look for the warm days ahead. In this issue, we take a look at some of the stunning window treatments and pillows created by Debage, Inc. Their pieces are light and airy, and unlike anything else I have seen. The design gracing our cover is called “Passion Flower,” and what I love most about it, aside from the great green color, is the hand-embroidered beads that are dotted in every hand-formed blossom. No detail is overlooked in this beautiful collection. In this issue we also introduce some other designers who you may or may not already know. Charlotte Moss for Fabricut and John Robshaw for Duralee are both great new collections with worldly style. Amy Butler isn’t new to the fabric world, but thanks to new partnerships, her unique aesthetic is now available in a wide range of products from luggage to rugs. So relax and unwind while you take a look through this season’s latest and greatest finds. We hope you will enjoy the amazing new looks just waiting for you to try in your own space. And remember, anything you see in this issue can be purchased directly through The Window Scene. We are here to assist you with all of your decorating needs. Just contact us! xoxo, Dawn



Hand-Crafted Elegance


Eworked xquisite, handappliques,

gorgeous jewels, crystals, beading, and trims are embellished on the most luxurious fabrics in this collection of draperies, accent pillows, and more by Debage, Inc. Inspired by the great palaces of Europe, the seascapes of the Mediterranean, historic gardens, and the simple and beautiful elements in our daily lives, Debage has enlisted the finest artisans to create these impressive masterpieces. Described as “old world elegance meets modern day style,� each piece in this collection is truly a work of art. The intricate craftsmanship and attention to detail make this collection the ultimate in fine living. 5

Hand-formed organza roses and chrysanthemums transform sheer drapery panels into ethereal beauty. Coordinating linen accent pillows provide just the right amount of sophistication.




Debage uses only handmade silks, rich velvets, linens and natural fibers for their unique, hand-crafted designs. Only natural vegetable dyes are used to create their rich, vibrant colors. 8



“Live passionately, decorate luxuriously, entertain beautifully.� - Charlotte Moss



In her new collection for Fabricut, Charlotte Moss takes inspiration from her extensive travels and southern heritage to create this “transitional traditionalist� mix of wovens and prints in a crisp, fresh color palette.


Make a SPLASH with Trina!

Trina Turk’s second collection of indoor/outdoor fabrics for Schumacher features beautiful and durable prints and wovens that reflect the fashion designer’s love of vintage apparel, pattern and vivid color. From modern and sophisticated patterns to subtle texture and fashion-derived color palettes, Trina Turk’s latest collection is perfect for a range of interior and exterior spaces. 14

Poolside Fabrics by

Trina Turk




Honeycomb linen is great for the bath or the beach. These pure textured indigo blue linen towels are prewashed for softness. 16

Simply Elegant

Outdoor Dining

Summer is the time for enjoying a meal in the great outdoors. Red farmhouse stripes on natural, washed linen tablecoths and placemats create a simple yet stylish setting. Tableware like these unique, seahorse-motif stoneware bowls can be carried from your kitchen in a washed grey willow picnic basket. A bamboo lantern provides ambient lighting as the sun sets. 17

Try beachy, bold awning stripes with crisp, redand-white checks. Framed vintage bathing suits provide a unique alternative to everyday art. A metal coral sculpure and a lacquered ceramic lamp add a modern flair to this casual seaside look. Navigate towards a fresh, new approach with a ruggedly chic indoor-outdoor rug.




Inspired by luxury resorts of the British West Indies, the Ceylon bedding collection transforms your bedroom into an idyllic Caribbean paradise. An antelope horn side table, a tortoise bamboo floor lamp, and an elegant rattan chair complete the look.


A Taste of the

British West Indies


French Polynesian style

Above, the “Leaves and Seeds� pendant light is made from brass and bronze cast metal and resin. Hand-woven palm fibers combine with acacia wood, tin, and resin to form this fun fish sculpture. Below, petrified wood atop a stainless steel base makes a remarkable accent table. A plantation hardwood lounge chair is upholstered in an eye-catching ikat design.


Hand-woven raffia makes for a superbly textured, environmentally-friendly wallcovering.


Colorful Collaging

The revival of the cottage craft of patchwork has been building steam over the last couple years, and this season it is showing up everywhere. Piecing together multiple fabrics in a variety of prints creates a unique look all its own. Patchwork originated with quilts, but today it can be seen in all types of home decor, from furniture to floor mats to home accessories like mirrors and wall art. Use it sparingly in a room to keep the look from appearing cluttered. A neutral backdrop provides the perfect place to showcase an impressive patchwork piece. 24

Combine multiple printed pillows for a patchwork effect.


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Garden Fresh!

Get this chair!

All of the patchwork pieces on these pages are available for purchase!


Pillow Talk

Shades of th


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Hot Tropi


ical Tones








ng Amy! Amy Butler is known for her sophisticated yet relaxed modern approach to printed fabrics and products for home, fashion and craft. Her bold yet refined patterns and bright color combinations create a look that is distinctly Amy. She brings retro style to modern living. A sewing pattern designer, Amy started her business selling small passport bags she created out of vintage fabric. Over the years, she has expanded her line to include fabrics, home accessories, paper products, and more. Today, her unique style can be seen in everything from handbags to luggage to wall art to rugs. According to Amy, “Beauty is in the way you live. Enjoy your surroundings. Let them inspire you. Follow your own path, and approach everything you do with love in your heart.� 37

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On the go with Amy

Brightly patterned Travel Bags


The perfect accessories for all of your electronics!

Amy’s cheerful colors and prints brighten up this laptop case while its snug pockets with leather piping keep your computer secure. Richly hued, embossed leather iPad sleeves are lined in cotton to protect your valuables in style. 41

AMY AT YOUR FEET Hand-Carved Rugs





Wallflower 43


Temple Garden


Field Poppy

Morning Glory



Worlds Away Gold Capiz Shell Chandelier, $358.

Vagabond Vintage Hand-Painted Lotus Flower Dessert Plates, Set of 4, $58.

Above: Handmade Laguna Earrings, $48. Left: Paddywax Eco-Green Recycled Wine Bottle Candles, $15 and up. 46

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296 West Main Street, Northborough, MA




John Robshaw for Duralee



Eastern Influence John Robshaw

Inspired by his travels through Asia, where he spent time studying the art of block printing in China and traditional fabric-making in India, textile designer John Robshaw developed a signature style he describes as “an updated spin on the exotic, handmade object; a vibrant mix of sophistication and romantic allure.” Of his worldly aesthetic, John says, “I want all the colors, processes and designs from each culture to blend. I redesign them and mix up the processes in ways no one has ever done before. I try to edit them, learn from them, make them my own but retain their essence. In piggybacking these designs and techniques with each other or with my own ideas, what emerges is new and fresh, and yet retains that sense of tradition, of the handmade.” With the launch of his exclusive line of fabrics for Duralee, Robshaw’s dynamic style is now available to a wider audience. Featuring the look of time-worn block prints, delicate embroidery, and coordinated wovens, these fabrics are perfect for draperies, bedding, and upholstery. With a price point less than many designer fabrics, the John Robshaw collection for Duralee allows you to dream of exotic places and interiors that can now be yours. 51


The Nursery Tales Collection By Jane Churchill



In this adorable new collection of Nursery T

This collection, a result of the collaboration children’s emporium, Dragons of Walton St characters from children’s literature. Here W scenes with his friends from the Hundred A 54

oh™ Returns!

Tales fabrics, wallpapers, and trimmings.

n between Jane Churchill and the celebrated Knightsbridge treet, is inspired by some of the most famous and enduring Winnie the Pooh™ recreates some of his most memorable Acre Wood in these adorable fabrics and wallcoverings. 55

Bring home a little British charm with

Paddington Bear™


Iconic British imagery including the London Bridge, Big Ben, and classic red doubledecker buses sets the scene for the marmalade-loving bear. Decked out in his big blue coat and floppy hat, Paddington is recreated in meticulous embroidery on high quality fabrics. Coordinating prints and wallcoverings combine to create a collection full of British charm. Pictures don’t do justice to the impeccable detail on these too-cutefor-words designs.


The world of the Flower Fairies inhabits your child’s bedroom with these whimsical prints. Perfectly coordinated with fun polka dots and colorful stripes, these delightful sprites are sure to please.


The Secret world of the Flower Fairies™


Inspired by Spoons

Antique silverware patterns provide the basis for this impressive jewelry line.








Upcycling (n.): The reusing of discarded objects or material in such a way as to create a product of higher quality or value than the original.


Reclaimed wood forms a fantastic coffee table. Crystal goblets and decanters make a oneof-a-kind chandelier.

Shipping pallets find new life as a comfy sofa. 63

To order any of the items shown in this catalog, please contact us: The Window Scene 584 Main Street Shrewsbury, MA 01545 Tel 508.845.8800 Fax 508.845.8808


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