Blue Fabric Print Mixing (Part 2)

After showcasing a few beige, grey and blue fabric combinations last week, I was asked:

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My answer? Good idea Susie! So I spent a little time today going through hundreds of our orange and blue fabric selections, and putting some together for you guys. These are simply meant as inspiration — to help narrow down the blue and orange fabrics that complement each other, and could be integrated into your existing home decor. Depending on your tastes, of course. We’ll start with:

Fabric for rooms with navy blue and burnt orange color schemes.

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Top Left: Duralee Aviary Tangerine Fabric

Bottom Left: Waverly Lovely Lattice Lapis Fabric

Top Right: Navy Blue Bull Denim Fabric

Bottom Right: Premier Prints Outdoor Zig Zag Canyon Fabric

Fabric for rooms with dark orange, grey and navy blue color schemes.

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Top Left: Duralee Cinnebar Blossom Fabric

Bottom Left: New Indigo Blue Irish Linen Fabric

Top Right: JB Martin Como Velvet Grey Cloud Fabric

Bottom Right: Premier Prints Emily Indigo Laken Fabric

Fabric for rooms with cream, coral and blue color schemes.

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Top Left: Braemore Ankara Scarlet Fabric

Bottom Left: Fabricut Trend 02133 Ocean Fabric

Top Right: Waverly Chippendale Sun N Shade Fretwork Mineral Fabric

Bottom Right: Portfolio Sikinos Lagoon Fabric

Fabric for rooms with blue, coral and grey color schemes.

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Top Left: Portfolio Lutron Spray Fabric

Bottom Left: Coral Irish Linen Fabric

Top Right: Premier Prints Stripe Coastal Gray Slub Fabric

Bottom Right: Premier Prints Carnival Village Blue Natural Fabric

Fabric for rooms with orange and turquoise or aqua blue color schemes.

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Top Left: Iman Ubud Sunstone Fabric

Bottom Left: Waverly Full Circle Tiger Lily Fabric

Top Right: Portfolio Lanvin Turquoise Fabric

Bottom Right: Waverly Panama Wave Adobe Fabric

I’d like to know, what’d you think? Do you have a favorite? Absolutely hate any? Would you use any of these¬† fabrics together them in your home? Do you have questions, or suggestions on other combinations? Leave a comment below! And keep an eye out for more blue room color inspirations in Part 3 (just enter your email at the top right of your screen to get an email update!)