Ever wonder what tops the list of go-to products for designers?

Whether you’re looking for a hit of pattern or a fail-safe, essential drapery fabric, here’s the scoop on the Tonic Living products designers keep coming back to time and time again. Take it from the pros and see what items will help you create a designer look and get your own home magazine - or instagram - ready!

House of Hire - Tonic Living

Create a cozy and inviting corner with an expert mix of patterns in varying scales and rich earthy tones. 

Design by: Lauren Elizabeth @houseofhire 

Get the Look: Zipporah 22x22, Cork + Harriet Check 20x20, Natural + Sparrow 12x24 + Lena Throw Blanket


 Highlight a bold and handsome focal point by mixing a single strong pattern with others in complementary but subtle tones and textures. 

Design by: Neelam Interiors @neelaminteriors Photo by: Klassen Photography @klassen_photography

Get the Look: Karru 14x20, Charcoal + Yarmouth Stripe 22x22, Zinc + Renton 22x22, Pavement


Bring a neutral sofa to life with a combination of pillows that pair classic patterns, like stripes and checks, with a hint of worldly charm.

Design by: Christine Kissick @christinekissickhome

Get the Look: Saro 22x22, Sisal Harriet Check 20x20, Natural + Misto Stripe 12x24, Cream & Black + Stanhope 22x22, Natural

Jacqueline Clark Lark and Linen

 Create the dining nook of your dreams that is equally cozy, inviting and durable thanks to a pile of serene pillows and a bench cushion made of 'wipe-able' faux leather. 

Design by: Jacquelyn Clark @larkandlinen Photo by: Lauren Miller @lomillerphoto

Get the Look: Tate InsideOut Faux Leather, Saddle + Monty 22x22 + Elodie 20x20, Sky + Lennon 14x20, Domino

Decorette Kids, Adena Leigh

 When investing in custom elements, design a space that will grow with your little one. Solid linen drapery fabric in versatile ocean blue will stand the test of time and layers beautifully with other cream and blue elements. 

Design by: Adena Leigh @decorettekids Photo by: Mandy Milks @mandymilks_creative

Get the Look: Tuscany Linen, Ocean + Benton 22x22, Chambray Blue + Ridgley Cube Ottoman, Cream Canvas + Aria Plant Pot


Mary Ellen Skye

Grey will never be boring when you make sure there are layers of earthy materials and organic texture. The woven stripe and ombre effect on this cube ottoman and embroidered pattern on the lumbar pillow create a more inviting space by offering interesting and tactile qualities. 

Design by: Mary Ellen @maryellenskye

Get the Look: Hyden Cube Ottoman, Stone Grey + Harlow 22x22, Desert Sand + Berken Medallion 14x20, Oyster