A light stone denim with contrasting sea glass green welting brightens up this chair.
No skirt and the bun feet showing.
This sofa presented a challenge. First of all, it lies flat for sleeping. Secondly, there is no way to make a real slipcover for it because of the way the arms are connected to the side pieces. Short of reupholstering it, there weren't a lot of options. Really, all my client wanted was a clean looking sofa. We are calling it a sofa coverlet.
We aren't trying to hide the fact that it is a cover. The ties help hold it in place. And, yes, the underneath fabric shows on the sides, but that's okay.
This house is a beach house in Pacific Beach. My clients live for 8 months of the year in Rhode Island and spend the remaining time here. Last year I did some work for them towards the very end of their stay, so they had only about a week to enjoy the new slipcovers before heading back East. This year, as soon as they arrived, I got a call. Now they can live with the 'new' furniture for the next 4 months!