Our Vintage Art Deco chairs are going to look fab in this new striped fabric…IF I don’t destroy them in the upholstery process!
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New Year New Room Refresh
Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 |Week 4 (you are here) | Week 5
A huge shout out to Stephanie from Casa Watkins Living for organizing this awesome New Year New Room Challenge. I am dying to see her bedroom reveals next week btw.
Also, don’t forget to check out the other talented participants at the end of this post
Striped Fabric Chair Plan
Chairs BEFORE stripe fabric
I scored these vintage chairs this summer and have been squirreling them away in the basement ever since. I love the fun lines, but the dirty red velvet isn’t doing anything for me. Time for a (hopefully) quick reupholstery job.
The Stripe Fabric Plan
I have a secret. I like stripes…Ok, maybe that isn’t such a big secret. ;). I fell in love with this Milton and King Candy Stripe fabric during the One Room Challenge. I love the width of the stripe and the fact that I can customize the base fabric and color.
During that time I used the Ritz base on my lucite stools.
For the basement, however, I am making a concerted effort to use budget friendly options… my client is a teenage girl after all. This time I decided to go for the Cavalry vs the Ritz. I’m not going to lie, the Ritz is more luxurious, but the Cavalry rates 161,250 rubs (Wyzensbeek) so it should likely withstand Armageddon. ?
It feels great to be basically finished with the kitchenette?. One of my favorite elements to this vignette is the beautiful handles from Liberty Hardware. I love the Asian influence and thought they would tie in nicely with the green dining chairs.
Wallpaper is UP!
I love the top secret Milton and King wallpaper and I can’t wait to show it to you next week in the reveal! It’s a graphic paper that feels very youthful/fun…and my daughter loves it.
I have some fabulous lighting to hang in the next few days. I’ll make sure to write-up a couple of blog posts before then!
I think I have a busy week ahead of me. Fingers crossed that I can upholster two chairs, and style the room in time!
Rip out old nasty carpet Build toy room under stairs Build closet in adjacent bedroom -Install Select Surfaces laminate Spill Proof Flooring -Finish Hanging Metrie Moulding -Install new TOP SECRET Milton and King wallpaper on upper half of the walls
-Install Broche Chandelier
Paint dining chairs with Plutonium Paints -Paint walls white -Paint and install Liberty Hardware on Kitchenette
-Get sewing machine fixed
-Sew curtains with Fringe Market Trim
-Sand/strip/paint campaign dressers with Plutonium Paints
-Find and hang art
– Style, photograph, write blog post
Upholster chairs in Milton and King Candy Stripe fabric.
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Thanks so much for joining in today! Don’t forget to follow along with all of the others as we all refresh one of our rooms for the new year!
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Love you shots! Styled so beautifully!
You are such a super woman! I am seriously so inspired by how much you’ve gotten done so far. I can’t wait to see all of this come together.
Thanks Corinna! It’s fun to see it getting so close!
I can’t wait to see your reveal! I love that striped fabric on the stools, I just know it is going to make the incredible chair even more ah-mazing!
Ohh yes that hardware is GOOD! Can’t wait to see that wallpaper!