Friday, March 1, 2013

Herringbone Chaise Lounge

My client chose this great tan herringbone fabric to slipcover her chaise. I didn't get a pic of the before...but it was a red denim slipcover that was faded and had seen better days. We also ordered a new down back cushion to bring new life to the piece.

Chaise--AFTER--we also did two houndstooth chenille pillows.

AFTER---subtle stripe that I matched up.

The chenille herringbone fabric was AMAZING! 

She also had me do some new pillows for her couch. She really wanted double rope. I told her it might not work out, but I'd give it a try. Rope is really hard to work with, and is really hard to join and make it  look GOOD.

 I was SURPRISED that it worked out! It was a larger black rope in the back and then a smaller gold rope in the front.

Her whole room! She had her pieces (couch, chair, ottoman) upholstered by Lenny Sharpe with Sharpe Upholstry in Midvale, UT. He does EXCELLENT work, and I always refer him.

I loved this chair that Lenny did in a great black/ cream houndstooth fabric.


Here are a few pics of the progress on my new work studio.... I started moving all my stuff in last night.  I am VERY HAPPY!!!

The walls are gray, chandelier is gold, and french doors are mossy green, curtains are blue and white.

#2--- Marathon training is going good. Ran 14 miles today. Usually it's a love/ hate relationship.... I love it when I am done. Today was a good run though, and I actually loved it out there today on the open road.

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Lizzie D said...

so nice!!!

Chrystal Younger said...

Love the double rope idea. Sometimes it can be hard to work with. But it looks great!

Bobi Jensen said...

You do such gorgeous work. I get inspiration from seeing such talent. I've been really wanting to do a gray or black herringbone pattern quilt. After seeing your pillows, I want to do brown and cream!