Tuesday, February 9, 2010

::micah lidberg::

Don't worry little winter snow peeps, spring is 'round the corner for you all. In the mean time, check out these beautiful, hopeful, warmth inspiring prints.
'Peony' and 'Spring Bird' by artist Micah Lidberg.
I want these available in yardage and wall covering.

13 comments:

Splendid Willow said...

Megan, really like the first one. There is something about those colors. And the pattern is chic, retro, fun, modern - all in one! I can see a wingback chair dressed in that fabric. xx Mon

Lindsay said...

oh thank heavens! Warmth has come!

Anonymous said...

I love your blog - but these are hideous. Really. Look again. Ghastly.

The Zhush said...

Expecting 5-9" in NY tonight...can use all the warmth I can get. Lovely prints!

Agoura Antique Mart said...

Stunning posts and art! Maria

dwellinganddesign said...

Anonymous is obviously confused. These are quirky and fun- the bold colors are really interesting. I would love this in an entry way or bathroom. I absolutely love them-good post.

Yolanda said...

I can see these in a small entry hall. Lovely post.

Laurie Jones said...

With all this snow in Indianapolis, more pretty spring fabrics are needed please!

jules @ The Diversion Project said...

Too funny.

Personally i think they're amazing. would love a landing strip of number 4 (i think it was 4 - green + turquoise)at the back of an entry hall. Pow.

Cool find. jx

Renae said...

These are so interesting and I can see some great accent pieces!

Emma said...

I LOVE your "only the kitchen pink" post...I am always plotting how to decorate my house one day, great stuff- awesome blog! xoe

Katherine Lee said...

those are so lovely! thanks for sharing, and i hope you're having a great week!

xo urban flea :)
http://www.urbanfleadesign.net

My Notting Hill said...

I really like these - intricate, beautiful and worth gazing at.

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