One of my recent projects!
This is one of my favorite customers home that I have done several projects for. She loves to use color and mix things up, but that is what makes it fun doing the projects. This is the living room and I have fabricated or reupholstered every piece in this room. So I will give you a short tour of the room.I recently installed these beautiful Box pleated panels in a plaid silk with a blue silk contrasting pleat with microcording. Over them are 2 banner valances, the back one is in the same blue silk as the pleat, and has cording on the edge, the top banner is in a rusty orange velvet and is monogram in an old gold thread.
Continuing the tour! Another view of the window treatment and to the left are the Parson chairs, I reupholstered earlier. They are in a beautiful embroidered linen with a long bullion fringe at the bottom edge.
The chair in the back, I call the swan chair, I reupholstered it a couple of years ago. The fabric is used in another window treatment in the family room, so the chair can be moved from room to room. I loved the way it came out. A very traditional chair with a fun fabric! A cute pillow was made to add another dash of color.
In this picture is the beautiful blue velvet chaise lounge that I reupholster last year. The skirt is unique in that at the corners it has a double pleat with a flat band inset from the hem edge. And again we made pillows, in the fabric of the swan chair with a brown velvet corded edge, and an oversize bolster in the plaid, orange velvet on the ends, corded in the blue silk. We are still planning on making more pillows for the chaise, but waiting on the selection of fabrics for the dining room, which is the next project!
Here is another view of the beautiful window treatment!
A close up of the Banner valances. I would also like to think Susan Woodcock for the design, Maureen Singer for the embroidery, and many others who helped me decide on how to fabricate the treatment!
We are starting on the dining room which has several projects and I will try to include them in the blog as we complete them. Thanks for looking!