After seeing a delightful slipcovering of a couch over at Beach Vintage I decided when moving the furniture around yesterday to try the same andam really happy with the results. I did forget to take before pictures and am sorry to report I am NOT tearing this apart to show you what it did look like. The chaise is covered in a matlesae bedcover with a rose print fabric on the pillow on the back. Dgranddog thought he had to be part of the make over too! The chaise is origianlly a beige background with a floral print and looks dirty all the time even though it isn't. The seat cushion is all one piece which one day I am going to take something to and remove so it is easier to cover!!
On to the couch. It is a sage green and looks fine I just wanted a change (know how that is??) I covered the seat with a vintage cream lace and fabric tablecloth. I have used this before on here but sat the cushions on top of it, letting the lace hang out from under them. This time I decided to see if I could cover the entire seat cusions with it and ta da it worked!! The arms and back pillows (explains why it appears kinda bumpy) are covered with a small rose print fabric from my stash. I threw on the CQ pillow I made with our wedding picture on it, a bolster pillow I made with a vintage embroidered linen (made perfectly to throw the bolster in) and a sweet bunny made by BFF Louise. Got this one without DGD in it!! LOLJoggles last night, be sure to check them out if you need beading things. Love the Taho beads and Salamide thread, she has both and you can't beat her shipping price. Nothing annoys me more than to have someone want to charge me $5 to ship a spool of thread!! Off the soap box now.
Have a great week friends!!!