2019 was a big year for Barn & Willow. Along with rolling out our new line of designer drapery hardware, we introduced the world to our velvet drapes and shades!
However, among all of our high-end material options, a handful of fabrics reigned supreme with designers. From natural-toned Belgian flax to an oatmeal-colored shade of sheer linen, read ahead for six Barn & Willow fabric favorites the pros pick time and time again.
1. Belgian Flax Linen in Natural
Chic but versatile, our Belgian Flax Linen in Natural was a 2019 designer favorite for a reason. Not only does the earth-toned material complement just about any color palette, it’s laidback enough to work with an assortment of interior styles, ranging from minimalist to bohemian.
2. Belgian Flax Linen in Off White
In 2019, designers couldn’t get enough our Belgian Flax Linen in Off White drapes and shades. Light enough to work in an ultramodern room but casual enough to complement industrial and boho-inspired spaces, too, this versatile material warms up a room in no time.
3. Belgian Flax Linen in Optic White
Nothing brightens up a room faster than clean white window treatments. No surprise then that our Belgian Flax Linen in Optic White was super popular with designers last year. Along with softening the sunlight streaming in from your windows, this crisp fabric brings instant sophistication to any space.
4. Belgian Flax Linen in Mist Gray
Scandinavian design lovers rejoice: We have the designer favorite fabric for you. Our Belgian Flax Linen in Mist Gray drapes and shades bring both a touch of color and texture to a room without messing up a minimalist vibe.
5. Belgian Sheer Linen in Oatmeal
Beloved by boho lovers and minimalists alike, our Belgian Sheer Linen in Oatmeal is a fave of designers as well as design enthusiasts. In addition to maximizing the natural light in a room, this gauzy fabric opens up a small room and makes it seem larger than it really is.
6. Belgian Textured Linen in Flax
Smooth and densely woven, designers flocked to our Belgian Textured Linen in Flax last year. Not only does this rich, heavy bodied fabric bring a dash of drama to a window scene, it’s neutral enough to work in just about any size, color, or style of room.