I bring to you another round of stunning, amazing, fresh before and afters!
Our first makeover had awesome and singular bones to start with. A pair of Mid-Century/Danish wing chairs with some awesome shapes were dated with an 80s floral woven fabric throughout. See below:
And look at them now!
Updated and referential to their place in time. Done up in a multi-color floral jacquard supplied by our customer, and the outsides adorned with a lofty wide-wale pistachio corduroy. Outstanding!
We had a round of blue velvet this month. Here’s a before with huge potential.
A two-piece sectional in need. And then the reveal!
This sectional is fit for a party! Miles of style in a slick shiny Kravet blue velvet. And another blue dream happened next! Here’s the before:
A near match after! Same color, different texture in a Duralee velvety-chenille. Cool in the pool! This is about the longest, heaviest, most stylish sleeper sofa I’ve ever met. Witness its glory!
Last in blue velvet was a from-scratch fabrication. A blue velvet headboard with bright white velvet piping. The client had a bedskirt made to match! Awesome! (Velvets are Duralee.)
We re-upholstered an Eames style lounger and ottoman that was in sorry shape.
The customer chose a cool green leather for the redesign.
Finally a neat update for an aged traditional camel back sofa. There she is below:
This piece got a new lease on life with a gray and white print from Maxwell (“Interchange” in color Pearl.)