Serena & Lily Faux Raffia Fabric is Fabulous!

I ordered a swatch of Serena & Lily’s Faux Raffia in Ivory and am totally smitten. It looks expensive.

Serena & Lilly Faux Raffia Ivory

Where would I use it?

Serena & Lily has it featured on their Cambridge Bed and it’s divine.

Serena & Lily Faux Raffia Ivory Cambridge Bed

Everyone has struggled, debated, experienced the stress of trying to guess what color something is before clicking that buy button. Buying online is a challenge because there’s no way to know what a color looks like in real life – until now!

Serena & Lily Cambridge Bed Faux Raffia Ivory
Serena & Lily’s Cambridge Bed in Faux Raffia (Ivory)


The color experts here at The Land of Color have solved that problem for you. Today we’re analyzing Serena & Lily ‘s Faux Raffia in Ivory.

Serena & Lily Faux Raffia Ivory

If you want to know what the colors look like in real life, just go to your local Benjamin Moore paint store and grab chips of the following colors:

Everlasting 1038 by Benjamin Moore
Adobe Beige 1128 by Benjamin Moore

Clicking on the paint color links will take you to The Colorography Lab where you can get all the details about each color’s important attributes.

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Want help beyond the incredibly helpful information in this post? We offer eDesign color consultations. Our color consulting services are VERY different from your typical designer. We use the same color science that we use to analyze the colors in fabric swatches – like you see here in this post – to help you find the perfect paint colors for your home or business.

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It’s a blend of the art AND science of color. We have a special team of color experts that know how to use color science to objectively and accurately analyze color. I explain more in this video.

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