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Fabricut and the 2017 One Room Challenge

It's that time of year again - the One Room Challenge is in full swing and there are some amazing designers using our products! In fact - 10 out of the 20 official #OneRoomChallenge Designers are using products from our brands.

We wanted to tell you, our glorious readers, a little bit more about each of these great designers and how they are using our fabrics, trimmings, and wallcovering in their spaces. Read on to read more about each designer, what they're using, and how to follow their journey:


Christine DoveyChristineDovey

"Christine Dovey is a published stylist, decorator, and artist whose signature aesthetic can best be described as a blushy cocktail of delicate pretty mixed with a dash of modern edge. She believes that the most beautiful things in life are worth waiting for and that great design should feel like a gorgeous art exhibit…personal, collected, and memorable.

Christine has seen her design work published in Style at Home magazine, Apartment Therapy, Style Me Pretty Living, Adore Home, Ivy and Piper, and The Globe and Mail just to name a few. In addition, Christine has also enjoyed an editorial position with Style at Home magazine and is currently a contributing design expert for the nationally syndicated TV show, Steven and Chris.

Christine’s design business has continued to expand with clients seeking out her instantly recognizable ‘bijou’ style. She’s currently working on projects that span the globe from Australia to Norway to Beverly Hills."

What is Christine Dovey using? 

Old Home Love

Old Home LoveOld Home Love


"We are Andy and Candis – we love old homes!  This blog is a place for us to document our many adventures in renovating historic homes…most from the 1800′s.  When we aren’t chasing our 6 boys around and our little girl, you’ll find us covered in dust, working on our homes and sharing our passion!

We recently released our first book titled (you guessed it) Old Home Love and it has been such an honor bringing light to how important old homes are–we can’t believe the amount of love we’ve received from it!

Our show from HGTV and DIY Network airs regularly where we showcase our renovation of the Lemmon-Dixon house. We have a lot of exciting things coming up, stay tuned!"

What is Old Home Love using?


GordonDunning via Dwell with Dignity

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What is Dwell with Dignity? "We partner with local social services agencies that have programs in place to take families from homelessness & poverty to self-sufficiency. They nominate families that have made a commitment to self-sufficiency and changing their life. Often times, after a family has received all of the counseling, training, and support from our partner agencies, they find themselves struggling to provide a home in which they can thrive. Dwell with Dignity addresses this critical economic need through our mission.

Dwell with Dignity continues to grow and now have 8 paid staff plus our beloved volunteers. Based in Dallas, Dwell with Dignity works with families in Dallas County and now in Atlanta. Founded in 2009, Dwell with Dignity will have completed 97 projects to date."

The duo has been featured in publications such as Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Southern Style, and Southern Lady.  They were recently recognized as "designers to watch" by ADAC, and they have been honored to participate in the Southeastern Designer Showhouse & Gardens  and Charleston Symphony Orchestra League's Showhouse.  They were also just invited to be part of the prestigious Southern Living Designer Network."

What are Dwell with Dignity and GordonDunning using?

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