Crafty Things, Decorating, family, Organization, Slipcovers

A Thankful Anniversary

Happy Anniversary to Me! When I finally took the leap and “hung my shingle” a little over a year ago, I had no idea where this business would take me, but I felt strongly about doing something that used my skills that was also a creative outlet, allowed me the flexibility to work around my… Continue reading A Thankful Anniversary

Slipcovers

California Chair in Coral

The right fabric makes all the difference.  When Julie moved to Virginia from California, she brought along this awesome chair complete with palms. The chair was in perfect condition but the fabric didn't go with anything in her new home.       She was planning to repurpose it in her basement guest bedroom and was looking for something to coordinate with the… Continue reading California Chair in Coral

Decorating, Sewing, Slipcovers

From Drab to Fab

I have to admit when I was asked if I could slipcover over these Arhaus chairs, I wasn’t sure it would work. With the attached pillow-type curved back, I knew it would be a challenge.  I took that challenge and was determined to find a solution so that my friend could get updated chairs to… Continue reading From Drab to Fab

Decorating, family, Sewing, Slipcovers

Shades of Gray

This busy mom and teacher had a beautiful unique couch that she had purchased before two kids and two pets came along. It has a wood frame with a  neutral colored linen cushions and back.  Thankfully slipcovering the cushions would be a perfect solution to breath new life into the couch, give it a whole new look and… Continue reading Shades of Gray

Decorating, Sewing, Slipcovers

Cottage Chair Facelift

This cute little cottage upholstered wingback chair came to me with a desperate need for an update.   It was a chair my client had in her stall at the store “Reclaimed” at Smith Mountain Lake.  It just wasn’t selling in its current state.  It was a little dated and very definitely a Victorian shabby chic… Continue reading Cottage Chair Facelift

Crafty Things, Decorating, Sewing, Slipcovers

Room Transformation

(Follow-up from "Inspiration" blog post) Boy have I been a sewing maniac. Once I decided on the colors, fabric and layout of my repurposed dining room, I was off to the races. Initially, I was planning of using the plaid fabric to slipcover the chair, but for $25 a yard and needing at least nine yards for the directional plaid matching,… Continue reading Room Transformation