Not your typical slipcover fabric but it works for this project. What is boucle you say? Read on and find out!
I never considered myself the “wingback” type, but for an affordable $35 it seemed like a good buy and would help fill an empty room in our new home twenty one years ago. The seam on the pink cushion is busted but other than that it doesn’t look much different today than back then. The chair served… Continue reading Wings & the Test of Time
This pair of chairs is more “fabulous fuchsia” than “pretty in pink” with their unconventional piping color. But it totally works.
At some point in your life you probably have acquired a piece or two of furniture from your parents. A piece that was well used, familiar, and probably a little shabby looking (and not in a “shabby chic” sort of way). However, chances are the furniture was not the right color or look for your décor. As long… Continue reading White after Labor Day
Here is another example of a great patio furniture set that was in desperate need of a cushion update. The fabric was faded, worn, stained, dated and basically just needed an update. Because all of the cushions are custom fitted to this furniture with rounded edges and shaped to fit each piece perfectly, it made sense for… Continue reading Have cushions, will travel.
When you think of slipcovers, you typically think of a wingback, club chair, parson chair, side chair, benches, the list goes on. But let’s think outside the box for just a moment. My grandson was about to turn one and I received an idea for a birthday gift for him. His sister, Addy, had a… Continue reading Ben’s Big Boy Chair
When you buy a house (not new) your imagination runs wild and free on big plans to remodel or update. Initially I dreamt of gutting the basement master bathroom, replacing the huge shower, painting the vanity, doing something with the mirrors, maybe change the floor and add a soaker tub. If I was a true do-it-yourselfer, that wouldn’t… Continue reading Bathroom Rejuvenation