The two sisters behind Oliveira Textiles have created a line of ocean-inspired sustainable fabrics that are vibrant, bold, and fun. Hand-printed in the US on imported hemp twill.
Can't you just see gorgeous throw pillows, upholstery, walls (you can always go smaller than an entire wall if cost is an issue), upholstered headboards (though I'd probably choose to either seal or not use plywood, and I'd use batting instead of foam even though it might have to be repadded more frequently ... but that's because I'm an organic fanatic), comforters and bedskirts, and so much more.
This is a very large-scale pattern; the repeat is 18"v x 27"h square, and the third picture down on the left (with a yardstick) shows a 12" square. The fabric is softer than you might expect from a handprinted material, and it really has a great look and feel. The fabric is 59" wide, with a printed area of 54.5".
The bottom picture shows an image from the designers, just for you. It can be difficult to take pictures that appropriately reflect fabrics, and we wanted to make sure you really see what it's supposed to look like. Be aware that the selvages are to the right and left sides of that picture -- that's important to know when planning how much fabric you'll need for your projects.
Buying a swatch will get you a piece of each fabric within the design style. Ultramarine is made up of blues, Red Tide is reds, and Verde is greens.