Here’s a “Before we moved in” photo of the living and dining area. I big puffy heart those hard wood floors!
And…a not necessarily the “after” pic. But a pic of the progress made thus far! It’s coming together ever so slowly. I’m constantly moving stuff…purging stuff…putting it back to where it was…
And a pic of the current slipcover I’m working on for a client…Andrea! I’ve finished two chairs for her…and I am in love with this fabric she chose. I will show you the final product when it’s done.
On that note, I’m about 8-10 weeks out. So, if you’re interested in some new clothes for your furniture…hit me up and let’s get you on the schedule! You can find pricing and info here. Also, check out my gallery of slips here! Have a great Tuesday!!
I love the wood and white. The texture is just great. Love all the colors you have going on too. I sure wish you were close to me in location because I could keep you busy for awhile, between my sister and I. Next time you move, Buffalo is great place to live. Glad to see you are doing well. Have a wonderful summer. Alaina
Pink Overalls @DIY Home Staging says
Your new place is looking so sweet. Isn't it fun to rearrange furniture? Or am I crazy?
Carrie @carrieloves says
Your new home looks great! Can't wait to see it tomorrow night ♥
Leah Rose says
Hello there. This is my first visit to your blog!
I have a wing back settee that desperately needs covering, as well as a sofa. After searching online for a wing back settee cover, (couldn't find any!) I am seriously considering buying your e-book!
But, I am having a bit of anxiety about attempting this-especially when noticing that you make fitted covers with all the ribbing. Is it hard to add that ribbing around all the edges?
According to the chart you posted on another page, it says I will need 10 yards of fabric. Is it possible to find very inexpensive fabric that is also durable? We are on a very tight budget.
I am only asking these questions before I buy because I don't want to delve into these projects and regret it half-way through!
Leah Rose says
P.S. : After I checked out another page on your blog, the “ribbing” I was referring to is actually called piping! I knew there was another name for it!