I hope everyone has had a wonderful week! We had a Sprucette BBQ that was loads of fun, and I am sure you will see photos from those shenanigans later. It has been a while since we shared before and after projects, and there are tons and tons to show you. We have had some very adventurous clients lately, and boy does that make our job fun! It is so exciting to work with people who will take a risk. We have certainly seen it pay off with some stunningly redesigned furniture. We will also start providing fabric information for our redesigned furniture, because so often people ask us, “What is that fabric on their piece? I want it!” Be sure to check out the links so you can learn more about these gorgeous fabrics!
This client certainly had an affinity for pink! It is always so much fun when people really take the risk and go for it! Love it. She chose a STUNNING Quadrille fabric for the wing back chairs, called Kazak. The size of the pattern was right on! The newly improved diamond tufted chairs got launched into the 21st century with this vibrant pink velvet. We chose to use a Duralee cotton velvet that is pre-treated against stains, too wonderful!
Our next clients were a mother-daughter team determined to bring these pieces back to life! They decided to go with teal and orange as their colors of inspiration. Each piece makes its own statement, but ultimately will work great together in one room! For the chair and ottoman, Skinny Laminx’s “Colts” was used with a vibrant orange linen for welt cord. The sofa was very long, giving us a great blank canvas to work with, so the Clarke and Clarke “Palio” was a perfect match. Finally, the antique chair was painted in a white lacquer, and Duralee’s pattern #20993 was used to mimic the curves of the chair. We loved the end result!
This chair was rescued from the depths of despair! Our client knew that this piece could be a beauty with a little extra love. The decision was made to keep some of the wood showing throughout the chair to give it that “Rustic Chic” look. One of Designer Guild’s gorgeous cut velvets called “Eliana” was used for the front, and a plush chevron pattern velvet from Kravet #30474 was used for the outside. I have to say, this may be my favorite client piece done by Spruce to date!
This last piece was brought in and ready for some serious help. This x-bench was given to our client years ago and her cat had pretty much torn it to bits. She purchased a pink faux ostrich from High Fashion Home and thought this would be the perfect place to use it! X-benches are a great addition to any room no matter what style you currently have. We love how this one turned out!
All of these fabrics are available for purchase at Spruce, so come by and check them out! I am dying to put the Quadrille ikat named Kazak on my next piece. We have quite a few more transformations to show, but you will just have to wait :). Have a great weekend!