Sofas & also carry templates for all our designs, so they can undertake any of your re-upholstery requirements and give your sofa a complete make-over.I admit, I’ve been skeptical about painting fabric to change up the color of a piece of furniture, but I think today’s first Before & After from Stella Poore of Mon Petit Studio may have changed my mind. Four bottles of textile medium from Michaels (Delta Ceramcoat Brand), about . Three standard 1″ and 2″ bristle brushes, about . Total (including the sofa itself): We first cleaned it off REALLY well, removing any dirt and debris from all the nooks and crannies and tufting. Taping probably took the longest but was also a very important step to achieving a clean result. We started with the hard part: the tufting on the sofa itself and then moved on to the rest of the sofa and finally the cushions.Key Features: Care Instructions Vacuum regularly to remove dust and dirt.Use a warranty-approved fabric cleaner for removing stains and spills as they occur.Come see for yourself, we are open 7 days a week in Seattle.For Antique and Vintage chairs that have either been refurbished or awaiting re-furbishment in your choice of fabric, we have teamed up with Sofas&and are now operating from the same Workshops.Plus, you can put your prettiest bottles in the front and add in a plant to make it seem more thought-through."All too often, we fall victim to the adorable throw pillow trap and buy a bunch in the same size.That's why the sofa looks overwhelmed with cushions, instead of styled.
Cover: Grey Chenille Chenille fabric is both beautiful and soft, adding a rich look to your decor.Chances are, there's one color that's quietly overtaking your living room, because it goes with any color scheme and hides stains, but too much of it could be making the place look dated and, well, lair-like."You shouldn't have more than three or four brown items in any room, including wooden floors or dark carpets, yet so many people do," says Olga Naiman, a stylist whose work has been featured in House Beautiful, Veranda and Real Simple.Key Features Materials Frame: Top-Grade Alder, Pine, and Oriented Strand Board (OSB) Alder wood is similar in durability to oak, making it a great choice for furniture foundations, while OSB is plywood with waterproof characteristics and produces a strong, long-lasting frame.Thanks to its tight grain pattern, pine is a robust wood and is used to create very durable furniture.