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Tag... You're It!

Tag... You're It!

The power of social media and digital marketing continues to grow as we begin another year. Instagram is a huge brand building, networking and sales platform for Revolution Fabrics. There are constantly new features being added to Instagram, but one of our favorites is possibly one of the oldest features... the classic "tag". I'm sure many of you have heard friends or family say, "tag me!" after snapping a photo that will likely end up on Instagram and/or Facebook.

At Revolution, we are used to seeing fabric being woven, rolled on bolts or cut into samples. When a customer tags us in a photo of a project they have recently completed with our fabric, it's always like a surprise! It's exciting to see how the customer used the fabric; we have seen dog beds, upholstered walls, window treatments and of course upholstered sofas, chairs, benches, ottomans and more. It's flattering to see that someone loved our fabric enough to share it with the world on their social media... it's one of the biggest compliments we can receive!

Below are a few of our recent tagged pictures. We appreciate every tagged post and hope that you will tag us at @revolutionperformancefabrics on your next project!

A before/after photo courtesy of Ruthie Staalsen Interiors. Follow @ruthiedesigner

Photo courtesty of Fiore Home Interior Design Studio. Follow @fioreinteriors

Photo courtesy of 9ten Design. Follow @9tendesign

Photo courtesy of Black Bow Interiors. Follow @blackbowinteriors

Photo courtesy of A+B Creative Design. Follow @abcreativedesign

Photo courtesy of Crate and Barrel. Follow @crateandbarrel

Photo courtesy of Renae. Follow @renaenaa

Photo courtesy of JDuce Design. Follow @jducedesign

Photo courtesy of Bohemian Bungalow. Follow @bohemianbungalow

Photo courtesy of Dwell by Cheryl. Follow @dwellbycheryl

Photo courtesy of Savvy Giving by Design. Follow @savvygivingbydesign

Photo courtesy of The True House. Follow @thetruehouse

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