Saturday, June 21, 2014
Client had leftover fabric that she loved but not enough to make a whole pillow so I made a border so she could still use this fabric.
I have a neighbor, Katy Bell Hamnes who is a fantastic interior designer. Her home is gorgeous. And she's been kind enough to give me some projects and I've been meaning to get pictures of the pillows I did for her this summer. I also did the desk chair slipcover for her daughter's room. If you live in Nashville/Brentwood and need a designer, let me know and I'll give you her info. She has such fun taste. Lot's of linen and velvet and just a great vision. She asked me to do these pillows for a client. She just wanted 16 inch envelope style and likes a thick, plush look so we filled them with 18 inch down inserts.
Friday, June 20, 2014
These slipcovers are made out of drop cloth!! I wish I had taken a before picture.
Adorable chevron chairs. This is the after shot. I absolute love this fabric and love these chairs! These are for a lucky little lady who has the cutest room. Her mom found these old, yellow floral chairs and had a hard time seeing them for the beauty they could be. Her designer talked her into buying them and I'm so glad she did! When I started removing fabric and staples I found 4 layers of fabric!! This is the 5th time they've been reupholstered so I would say they've held up well and have a lot of life left in them. I also sanded the legs and restrained them a darker walnut color. These were a labor of love because I would've been thrilled to have these as a little girl.
Cane Chair BEFORE
Cane Chair AFTER
My friend Katybell is a fabulous designer and she always has good projects for me. These 3 Euros and bolster pillow are for a teen boy's room. I don't know if he appreciates fine decor, but I sure do! The bolster is this great masculine houndstooth and the grey fabric is perfect for a manly room.