|My sofa, only my skirt was one fabric |
and had one long box pleat,
not a ruffle.
Not all of the fabric are represented in this image. I ordered new covers for the smaller love seat and two rocker chairs made by Lee Industries and the nine different fabrics to be coordinated on the large sofa, plus another fabric to recover a Ethan Allen camel back sofa that also sits in the room. Phew! A lot of work, people!
As you know, it took Chris quite a while to complete the cover and I visited his studio twice during the final days to make key decisions. I spotlighted on of my trips in my blog post Daughter, Distractions and a Multitude of Fabrics. Here are some of the images from those visits.
|Notice the original skirt.|
Like I said, one fabric.
|New cover, re-stuffed on top of an old one.|
|Here is my daughter 'helping'|
by texting on her IPhone.
It's been a long road, but I can say that this sofa is truly a piece of art! With no further adieu..............
|I love love the play between the|
different fabrics in this location
where they visually merge.
The lighting in the room makes it so difficult to capture on camera. Perhaps in my next life I will learn to take better photographs! I am super pleased with the new covers. The look of the room is completely different and I am happy with my choice in new wall color. It all compliments each other well.
|Coco is happy.|