The red settee is the before , and the patterned one is the after. It is also a loose cover, but is the customers own fabric. On this one I changed the back cushions to make it more comfortable, and added a couple of scatters in a contrast to bring out the colours. It was fun to do and I really liked the fabric.
A collection of images containing blinds, cushions, curtains, covers and other bespoke furnishings.
These dining chairs were a delight to cover. I had 6 of them to do, and all of them look nice in this material. It is a Prestigious fabric from the Saxon collection. The colour is Cranberry. All this collection is hard wearing and washable thus making it perfect for covers. The headboard in the background was eventually covered in a Prestigious material It was from the Archive book and the customer choose a grey background with a black stripe.
These cushions are for a window seat. They had a few odd shapes to them ,but I was pleased with the out come. The first one shows the material on the main part of the cushion. It is a Clarke and Clarke material called Hatfield Acacia. The piping on the middle photo is also Clarke and Clarke but that is Easton Nickel. Both fabrics looked good together and complimented each other. And finally all of them together .
The white picture is how the chair looked before I covered it. And the greenish blue ones are the finished product. It was a sweet little chair to cover and I enjoyed making it.
A beautiful striped Romo material loose cover.