Thursday, February 2, 2012

Gray Couch

This client decided she needed something washable....she just had her 3rd boy (I know how she feels). Her cream chenille couch wasn't cutting it anymore. Also the piping was all squiggly on her back cushions, I think the previous owner washed the covers.

Anyhow she decided to go with a gray canvas.

Couch-- BEFORE...not bad, but showing some wear with her three little boys.

Couch--AFTER.....I love the mix of the colors on the pillows!

Front of the arm.

Another after the turquoise lamp.

She decided to keep the same look and not have a skirt. I like the contemporary look with the legs showing.

I've said it before and I'll say it's all about the PILLOWS! Pillows finish off your room!

No more squiggly piping on the back cushions.

She got her gray fabric from
I love because....
1) it's free shipping if you spend more than $35
2) you can always google and find a coupon code for at least 15% off
3)there's no sales tax if you live outside of Florida
4)if you don't like the fabric when it shows up...there's free return shipping too!

Side Note#1--- We got to go night skiing at Sundance last weekend. The kids were super excited to go. We didn't get to ski last year because of Heber's knee surgery.

It was that warm fuzzy family time, everyone was happy and no one whined! Good times...I love it when everyone gets along and is happy to do the same thing at the same exact moment. Luke got to use poles for the first time! Then we stopped for dessert on the way home.

Side note#2--- can't believe Maui was only 3 weeks ago....I want to go back already.



Teresa@1800 Farmhouse Rd said...

Oh how I wish I were local, your slip covers look fabulous, and I would love for you to make me some!

Tiffany Interiors, LLC said...

You do beautiful work. Every time I look at your blog, I am more amazed!

Katie said...

You are soo inspiring!! We are dying to get back to Hawaii, but this time with the kids. It looks like you had a ton of fun! We need to catch up:)

Mary Two Rick said...

Love the without-skirt look. How do you finish the bottom? Just turn up the raw edges from the welting? Thanks!

Tanya said...

You amaze me every single time you post!