Tuesday, September 11, 2012

A new white slipcover for the settee…..

 

The slipcover for the settee is part of my current project…..

putting the finishing touches on

the hallway sitting area.

Before the settee was up against the wall so the back did not show.

However when I decided to float

the settee in the center of the hallway the ugly

fabric on the back was a real eyesore!

The fabric was a solid teal chenille and did not

match the pattern on the rest of the settee.

So, I opted to slipcover the settee instead of reupholstering it.

The total project cost about $100.

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Here is the before:

This picture was taken while

we were finishing the upstairs renovation which is why

things are a little bit messy.

settee before

 

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pillow

 

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settee

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24 comments:

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Love the slip. I think it is very stylish.

Penny Phillips said...

Your slip cover is so pretty and I love that armoire ! Hugs, Penny

chateau chic said...

Your slipcover is adorable! LOVE it!!
Mary Alice

wendy said...

wow, how the heck did you do that. It looks amazing !!!

Susan said...

The slip cover is awesome! It made such a difference.

paperjunk-lc said...

So charming! Love all the details.
Lucinda

Scribbler said...

What a beautiful job you did with this! Slipcovering is a great solution to something you are tired of.

Patty said...

You did such a great job on the slipcover! It looks so refreshing and inviting.

niartist said...

Love it Des!!! Great job!!

Kelly said...

My goodness, you have the prettiest furniture!! I always love seeing what you do in your home. That settee is TO DIE FOR! I love everything about it. The slipcover just makes it! I love the little basket table in front too. Did you make this slipcover yourself?

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Love it Des and love that pretty wicker garden stool too!

Debra @ Common Ground said...

this is gorgeous, love that little flirty ruffle!

Nita {ModVintageLife} said...

Gosh I love this! I want to do this to my sofa and chair. I just need to make myself do it. You did a great job.

AntiqueChase said...

Love it Des~~~

Terry Moore said...

Very well done and a nice change in look.

Inspired by you said...

I love the slipcover. Job well done! I just love your house.

Cynthia said...

The slipcover is just stunning. You did a fantastif job. Love the pillow.

Cynthia

Strawberries and Sweet Love said...

What a beautiful makeover, it looks lovely.
xo
Michelle

Cote de Texas said...

GORGEOUS!!! I LOVE the new sitting area = love love love!!!! so cute.

Shabby chic Sandy said...

You did a lovely job on this--I am really impressed!

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said...

So happy I popped in...this is beautiful!

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

So darling- Sharing it at the party tonight~ thanks for linking up at Feathered Nest Friday!

Amy Kinser said...

Such a beautiful seat and such a beautiful space.

Barbe @ Beez Rental Designs said...

What a beautiful settee and I love your style. I found your link over at Feathered Nest party. Did you make the slipcover yourself? If so, do you have a tutorial for it? I inherited a Victorian sofa from my mom and would love to make a slipcover for it. It too has the carving all around so traditional slipcovers won't work. Yours is the best I've ever seen. Thanks so much for sharing and please let me know if you decide to share a tutorial.
Barbe