Last year, I was lucky enough to score one of these beauties off Craigslist and it was obvious that the guy didn't know what he had. The structure was rock solid, the cushion was super firm, and the carved detail was unbelievable. The seller asked for $40, I offered him $25 and bam...we had a deal! Sucker;)
"Are you going to recover that thing, or is that the look?" I get this question from The Boyfriend about once a month. For someone who possesses zero opinion on home decor, he sure does worry himself to death about reupholstering this chair. Unfortunately my bank account has seen a lot of recent activity lately due to an upcoming trip (3 days people!!!!) and these monthly things called bills so my chair has been put on the back burner. I keep telling The Boyfriend that he is more than welcome to complete the project on his own dime but as you can see, the chair still sits untouched.
Here are some of my thoughts for Mr. Upholsterer:
Or how about some loud prints
After choosing our living room paint color, Benjamin Moore's Kendall Charcoal, I stumbled upon this little gem and thought it would look gorgeous draped on my bergere.
Problem is, I can't find it anywhere! Ugh! The print is Ikat Ochee Feather Grey by Braemore, but after an hour of searching high and low, I've come to the conclusion that the fabric is either:
1.) sold out
3.) a figment of my imagination
I found the swatch on one of my favorite online sources for design, DecorPad, but that's where my search ended. If you know where I can buy this fabric, PLEASE help a sister out!