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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

French Settee Re-Covery

Latest French Settee Re Upholstery..
While this sofa (too) is glorious in it's original style-fabric is a little dirty-worn &slightly outdated & just not my style.
The last one I did- that was very similar-I really liked that one, And did love the way it looked in shoppe-
So I wanted to do this one in the same style.


Sanding it down-adding some Primer-Paint and Distressing,
Sure to highlight the perfect carved features.

I went with a Beautiful Soft Neutral Linen, made some coordinating pillows, and used Vintage Tacking for a bit of Rustic ambiance.

Just looking at the detail in the wood work, makes my heart pitter-patter..

Just Darling, Super Comfortable, Super Soft and Sold!!

Can't wait to start on my next one..

If you would be ever so Kind to take a Min.. To go Vote through the link- Are little shoppe (Gracefully Vintage) is in the running for (Best Furniture) on the KCRA A List..
(Just click the link & Vote)

Little contest like these can sure help a small business out like mine.
Every Vote Counts-we were in First Place and over the weekend slipped to Second Place..
You can vote from anywhere-everywhere..
Only a few days left in the voting..
Thank YOU SO much & I could so Use some Blogging Help...

13 comments:

  1. Really GORGEOUS! I'll have to follow and put you up as a link!

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  2. HI, just found you. I am in Arnold, CA and I know from seeing this I need to hop on over and visit your shop soon. I made sure to vote for you on the A list!

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  3. Hello...

    Absolutely gorgeous!!! What a gifted and talented lady you are! I can't even imagine tackling such a project and sure wished that I had the know-how! I think it's lovely painted white and distressed and the fabric you chose is perfect! Ohhh yes...I would love to have a pretty sofa/settee like this!

    Warmest wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

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  4. I have a couch similar to this I'm looking to reupholster, I love the look of this! I want to do something similar, so it's still classy, but comfy. You hit just the right balance!

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  5. It turned our beautifully. I can picture something stenciled smack-dab in the middle of the seat cushion.

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  6. You did a great job! I'll head over and vote.

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  7. It looks fabulous, just fabulous! I just went over and voted for you!

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  8. The settee is gorgous! What a wonderful job you did.

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  9. Absolutely gorgeous! I just finally bought a similar settee myself and plan on doing this very thing. However- I have ZERO sewing skills :). will you publish a tutorial on how you recovered this? I was planning on using my staple gun, fabric, glue gun and trim- but I'd love to use the tacks on yours (also on my original sofa).Again- your is GORGEOUS! Fab job

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  10. I just love this settee. Makes one want to curl up in front of a fire place in the winter or relax on a summer porch.
    Kristy @ 4 the love of WOOD

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  11. I love this settee. I've been looking for one myself. Pinning this to Pinterest for some inspiration. And I'm a new follower and going over to vote.

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