It certainly was a statement when I first got my hands on it – or at least, it had lots of random words printed on the fabric, not all of which made sense, either seperately or together. Consequently, it was dubbed the Donald Trump chair.
It’s surprisingly comfortable and I thought would be pretty simple to recover (no arms or fiddly shapes). Please remind me to never ever underestimate a piece of furniture again!
But, the job is finally finished and I am definitely pleased with the result. I was able to make use of a beautiful piece of embroidered Indian fabric, the rest is upholstery fabric. There’s also some shocking pink lace.
Not sure what kind of statement it makes now, but one thing is for sure – it wouldn’t find a home in the White House! I’m hoping it finds a good home somewhere near me, though, and sometime soon. Keep your fingers crossed x
Bright and beautiful as your makes always are. Good Luck for a good home! I presume you are selling it, I know if I had created something like that I would find it hard to part with.
Yes, would be happy to sell it – as usual, I have a serious space problem!!!
Oh Jill! I love this chair and I think I would be your buyer if I were your neighbor. I love all of the colors and that hot pink is to die for. :) Love and Hugs!
Yes, lots of purple in it for you :)
Very characterful! Well done.
Thanks Gail :)
It’s gorgeous, and I need it as my sewing room ‘visitor chair’. But sadly, I think the freight costs might be prohibitive…
They just might!!! ;)
Wow and bang on trend! Jay Blades would be proud.
Never heard of him. Had to google. Am now in love.
I almost lost it laughing at your comment on the chair. Perfectly named, Now it looks like a quilty chair. :) I love it. You did a great job.
Marlene, at first glance I thought you said “guilty” instead of “quilty”, which is also appropriate — now I can think of it as the Cover Up Chair ;)