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These Are the Fabrics Designers Are Excited About This Summer

What textiles will you see all over Instagram and on the glossy pages of magazines this summer? We asked five of Canada's top designers their favourite spring and summer fabric trends to get you the inside scoop. From coastal stripes to easy-care solids, find out what these designing minds plan to decorate with this season.

1. Bridgewater Fabric, Navy

"As soon as the weather starts to heat up, we Ontarians start thinking about the cottage. For me, cottage style is all about stripes. I absolutely love Tonic Living's Bridgewater fabric in Navy. It adds a casually coastal vibe in a super soft, relaxed textile. It really looks and feels like summer up at the lake, and I love that I can use this fabric to achieve a coastal aesthetic from anywhere!" — Tiffany Leigh, Tiffany Leigh Design

2. Rollo, Inside Out Fabric

"I am a big fan of the cleanability of an indoor/outdoor fabric for a family room sofa or kitchen banquette...that's the practical side of me coming out. I especially like your Rollo fabric because it offers great texture and acts like a solid but has a bit more depth." — Cameron MacNeil, Cameron MacNeil Design

3. Simple Stripe, Coral

"I love the woven texture of the Simple Stripe, Coral fabric and the muted dirty pink hue! I know pink isn’t a new trend but it’s still so popular. The ivory background with slubs makes the fabric feel natural and fresh at the same time. I love the way the fabric has been used on the Margaux pillow, it's a simple way to add interest." — Olivia Botrie, Dart Studio

4. Austin Fabric, Putty

“I am in love with the Austin fabric in Putty, partly because the pattern is so much fun and also because it is made of Olefin, a material that is 100% recyclable and created from upcycled waste! I also love pure linens as they are such a breezy, natural material that is both easier on the environment and gorgeous, too.” — Melissa Barling, Winter Daisy

5. Valentina Velvet, Paprika

“Our pick is the Valentina Velvet in Paprika. The fabric itself is so soft that we think it would make a perfect pillow (in fact, we have one on order). What we love most is the rusty colour—it's on trend, but still feels so unique and unexpected. This fabric would add so much warmth to any space!” — Alana Firestone and Jordy Fagan, Collective Studio