Here is a new addition to the living room...the Kenton Chair
It comes with neutral linen upholstery, which is actually very nice
if you don't want to customize the fabric
I reupholstered these with some vintage burlap grain sacks and finished off the arms and the back of the seat in slubbly white linen
The grain sacks had a hand sewn seam on either side...
which looks like welting but is actually part of the original sack
The graphics are wonderful and the faded teal stripe down the center pulls in some color that I will use on some other furniture and pillows
The second item new to this space is this vintage steel campaign chaise
It has some classic detailing that make it almost sculptural and industrial
It can be folded completely flat or positioned for reading and lounging
I am sort of working on the details for this area as I find things that I like...I can't tell you how much I dislike the fireplace surround...oh well
More fun pillows...some with old patches!
This beautiful whole cloth French Boutis was purchased through Wendy at
Textile Trunk...I love the dark grey, the reds and the touches of teal.
Perfect to lay across the foot of the chaise or use on the sofa.
So this gives you a feel for how the room is shaping up...my next chapter will be about the dining "area"... using romantic florals and white washed wicker
Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday!
Thanks for stopping by and I totally love all of the thoughts and comments you leave!
Oh... and here is how the centerpiece looked on Turkey Day...I got everything in the basket from the back yard! No joke!