Wednesday, April 1, 2009

PRACTICALLY EVERY ROOM IN THE HOUSE

I delivered this chair and ottoman slipcover on Sunday to my client in La Jolla.  While I was looking around at all I have done over the years in her home, I asked her, "Is there a room in this house that I HAVEN'T done something in?"  We decided there was only one.  Every other room has my work in it.
This pillow is a photograph I took and then printed on fabric.
The valences are clipped on to the panels for easy removal.
Large, floppy pillow
I had to make two different fronts because I ran out of fabric.  Hey, it happens, but, luckily, the pattern was such that centering the scroll detail worked, too.
This chair has a lattice/cane back and needed to be 'warmed' up.
Back view
Over view of sofas with new throw pillows
This picture shows the pillows, the chair and the new valances.
This is the dining room.  The valance, window seat cushion and pillows and the chair backs are all in the same fabrics as the living room.  This room was done probably three years ago.  
The back detail on the arm chairs.


6 comments:

Melinda Cornish said...

the reason you see something in every room in the house is because of your talent...returning customers are a great indicator of that. Good for you. It all looks great...Melinda

Janet said...

You do beautiful work! It all looks amazing.

Maija said...

You are so MASTERFUL with a needles and thread-and sewing machine!

Ele at abitofpinkheaven said...

BEAUTIFUL! love your pillows!

mosaicqueen said...

Tamerie!
You do such BEAUTIFUL work!!!!!

Hugs

Michelle

sue(nbryan) said...

wow, your work is 'amazing!' Sue