A Source For Affordable Grandmillennial Fabric and Wallpaper

Fabric can be expensive! When I was designing the nursery, I priced out doing drapery panels in Sister Parish’s Dolly fabric. The fabric alone would have been a few thousand dollars. I couldn’t find a substitute that had the same feel, so I ended up going a different direction. If only I had known about the source for affordable grandmillennial fabric I’m sharing today!

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I’ve heard of Spoonflower before, but never made a purchase. Call it decision paralysis—the choices are endless. Flash forward to recently, and I kept seeing the designer Danika Herrick and Spoonflower pop up in online design conversations. Obviously, I had to check it out.

Y’all. I am obsessed. Her designs are so pretty! A lot of them are reminiscent of Sister Parish’s aesthetic. I also spotted great alternatives for Schumacher’s Citrus Garden and Gilbraith and Paul’s Lotus. If you’re on a budget, this could be a great source to check out. Some of the designs are below. Most are shown in greens and blues, because that’s what I gravitate toward. However, most designs come in multiple colorways.

They’re pretty great, right? As an added bonus, most of her designs are offered as wallpaper (with both grasscloth and peel and stick being options!). If wallpaper isn’t your thing, you can also order her designs on various home decor products right from the Spoonflower site. For the record—that includes curtains.

I placed an order for a tea towel in the Leafy Trellis print and a wallpaper panel in the Elsie’s Garden print. Both prints are linked below.

I’m waiting for them to arrive and will post an update when they do. In the meantime, check out the designs here.

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