Hello to all my blue and white loving friends. I vowed to keep on blogging as though nothing is going on because i feel we need to remain with the constant in our life that bring us peace and joy. I know how much of a respite it is for me, to visit instagram, see beautiful pictures, hear funny stories….so I hope I am that same diversion for you. These are very uncertain times to be sure, but we have hope and we have each other! We are in this together:) This meeting is a virtual meeting for all of us incurable blue and white lovers. We may be homebouond but it doesn’t mean, that we need to stop seeking the beauty! Each time I do this post, I focus on a particular way to use blue and white……suffice to say, this combination has stood the test of time and is still revered and enjoyed as much as it has ever been. My own home is a testament to that! If you have missed previous blue and white club meetings, you can see them all by clicking here. Be prepared to put whatever you are doing on hold…it might keep you busy for awhile:) On second thought, most people have an abundance of time…so maybe it’s a great time to look at the archives! So today we look at using blue and white fabrics in a room. Could be window treatments, a sofa covered in blue and white, maybe a rug or even a headboard upholstered in our favorite color combo. No matter how or where it’s used, it is arguably always beautiful! Let’s take a look at some of the examples I have found and all the many beautiful ways to use blue and white fabrics- ___________________________________________ A big fat yes to this gorgeous blue and white upholstered headboard, Cece Barfield Sometimes a simple chair or piece of furniture done in a beautiful blue/white print is all you need, Lynn Morgan A blue and white rug is a great way to introduce our favorite combination into a room Isn’t this pretty! The upholstered blue/white banquette is a perfect compliment to the wicker/beachy feeling of this wonderful breakfast room, Jenny Keenan A blue and white window treatment in a kitchen is an easy way to add instant impact to a simple white kitchen, Stephanie Kraus A classic way to use blue and white fabrics in on a grouping of chaise lounges, such as in this beautiful setting Ashley Whittaker Such a thing as too much blue and white? I don’t think so! Susan Kasler shows us how its done with solid blurs and a pretty blue rug in this dining room Love this, Heather Chadduck Love the navy/white geometric outdoor drapes here, AGK Studio Love the idea of this toile blue and white canopy for this darling nursery, Creative Tonic Fabulous bunk beds in this crisp white nautical feeling blue/white stripe, Starr Sanford I love this type of window treatment, a simple white pull down roman with a contrasting navy, classically beautiful! Mixed in with the assortment of pretty blue fabric here, this shows the power of blue wand white upholstery, 3 North Geooff Chick carried the blue/white drapes onto the decorative pillows on the bed in this inviting coastal bedroom Blue and white fabrics in the outdoors is a sure thing, Martha O’Hara Always thought this was such a pretty and inviting bedroom, like the fabric used on both the bed and window treatment, Sarah Bartholomew Think this is a beautiful use and balance of blue fabrics in this pretty city apartment, love the impact also of the chionsierie navy screen, Ariel Okin Beautiful soft blue geometric drapes frame this pretty little sitting area by Kara Hebert Beautiful soft tonal blue/white rug in this pretty living room, Citrine Living Another take on using blue and white fabrics in the outdoors, Lynn Morgan ___________________________________ What a pretty round up of seeing blue and white fabrics used in so many beautiful ways. Have a favorite here? I lost count of all of mine. Do you have a room where you used blue and white fabric? Maybe it’s on your radar? Shockingly I only have blue and white fabric in one space, my kitchen window treatments! But as soon as it’s time do a room over, you can be sure I will be on the prowl for some new blue and white fabric!Hope you enjoyed, would love to hear your say on the matter. Please stay safe, practice social distancing, SPEAK TO THE YOUNG PEOPLE in your life (especially with the new research showing a larger group of 20-50 getting this than previously thought and a good number of young adults who had to be hospitalized having permanent lung damage as a result). They think they are invincible but are not…..everyone needs to do their part. I don’t want to sound like doom and gloom but we need to talk about this! Good luck and be well. Until next time…..