Did you ever inherit a family chair that needs attention? This pretty little chair had a hand embroidered seat with a tear right down the middle. So, we reupholstered just the seat to match the plum color in the flowers. Turning the embroidery on the back of the chair into the focal point. Another antique chair saved.
Fabric: Pindler Firenze, Plumwine
accessories, Aria, Artisan, bathroom, bed room, bedroom, classic, classic shabby, Color, decor, decorate, decorating, design, detail, dining room, diy, draperie hardware, drapery, drapes, finial, finials, finish, finishes, function, glass, hardware, metal, mixed metals, mixed-media, rod, Rods, rowley, stone, Update, window, window coverings association of America, window hardware, window treatment, wood
“Rowley Company is excited to announce the addition of new mixed-media finial designs and functional solutions to the AriA Metal Hardware line. the new Artisan collection offers eight one-of-a-kind finials featuring glass, wood, stone and metal combinations in existing AriA metal finishes that can be mixed and matched to create a range of customized window hardware options. ” via Window Coverings Association of America, Facebook. Give us a call if you’re ready to make the change.
Chair, cloth, Color, curtains, cushions, decor, decorating, drapes, fabric, gray, gray goods, greige, greige goods, grey, griege, griege goods, loom, MAK Designs, material, pillows, sofa, upholserty, weave, weaving, window, window treatments
Sometimes we read in home decorating magazines the term Greige or Gray Goods? What is it? Some refer to it as a color but, it is actually a fabric. The official definition from Dictionary.com is: It’s a “woven fabric as it comes from the loom and before it has been submitted to the finishing process”. How to use it?
Beau! Agency, Pinterest
Dan Marty Designs | Chatfield Design
Blog: A Delightful Life
Tory Burch, Pinterest
“Block printing: the ancient art of hand block printing has been passed down from generation to generation”
You thought it might be fun to reupholster your chaise. Taking the old fabric off wasn’t so bad. But when you began cutting fabric you realized this job was a bit more than you could handle. What do you do? Not to worry. Do what this client did. Keep all old fabric pieces, if you can, and take everything you have to you’re upholsterer. If you’re in the greater Phoenix area, give us a call. We’d love to help.
accessories, bathroom, bed, bed room, bedding, bedroom, bookkeeping, business, buttonholes, cabinet, Chair, classic, classic shabby, club chair, coffee, Color, comfort, cornice, coverlet, cushion, cushions, decor, decorate, decorating, design, detail, dining room, diy, draperie hardware, drapery, drapes, drywall, duvet, education, embroidery, event, fabric, fabrics, Faux Iron Solutions, France, grand opening, headboard, home, interior, interior design, kitchen, life, linen, MAK Designs, ottoman, outdoor, owner
For the last 12 months i cared for my wonderful mother-in-Law. We hung out together, went to dinner together, enjoyed each others company until her disease ended her life on June 30, 2015. My business took 2nd place, but I wouldn’t change a thing. I feel so privileged and fortunate to have been the one to care for her every need in the last days for her life.
So, now it’s back to working full time in my drapery and upholstery workroom. Five chairs awaiting to be reupholstered, pillows and shower curtains waiting to be made. Whew, I’ve got my work cut out for me. Stay tuned. I will be posting pictures.
Ready to start thinking about dressing your table for fall? Too early, you say? Why not start with the tablecloth. Here are some tablecloth inspirations to help you with the process. Check out our “Tablecloth Inspiration” Pinterest board.
Sometimes we’re afraid to add color and/or design to our decor. What about starting with a club chair? Call us to help you color your club chair.