Such a classic combo that never goes out of style.
Images via Pinterest.
Am thrilled to bits with how my recent vintage chairs have turned out.
It’s a bit like the “old days” when you used to take your camera film to Boots and you felt excited at the prospect of how good the photos would be when you collected them.
Needless to say, was elated when I collected these chairs from my fabulous upholsterer.
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The first chair is really special as it has a beautiful curved back, such a lovely shape.
I chose a fabulous Mulberry Wool Tartan for the back and Emily Bond’s gorgeous Hounds Linen fabric for the front.
The buttons and piping have been finished in the Mulberry to bring both side together.
Wonderful earthy colours.
I fell in love with this pair of Art Deco tub chairs immediately.
I hand painted the frames using Autentico’s Nearly Black chalk paint and chose a fabulous geometric velvet by Sanderson in keeping with the Art Deco style.
Double piped in a co-ordinating linen fabric.
This last chair would be perfect for a bedroom or nursery.
A lovely shape with deep button backs upholstered in Emily Bond’s gorgeous Rabbit & Hares linen fabric, one of my favourites.
All the chairs are currently for sale and are available either through my etsy shop or you contact me directly via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 07899 984282.
It seems as if summer has finished over night and autumn has begun.
Sunday I was led on a beach in Cornwall, Monday back up north with my sweater on thinking about lighting the fire!
As the nights are drawing in I’m also beginning to notice the leaves just starting to turn golden and soon it will be blackberry picking time.
Which leads me onto Marks and Spencers who currently have a lovely Blackberry crockery range that recently caught my eye whilst I was school uniform shopping for my daughters.