This is one of the first slipcovers I created many years ago.
So with camera in hand, I walked through the house and realized that throughout the years, I have made quite a number of covers. The dining room chairs were done about five years ago when I decided to paint the table 'moulin rouge'.
This sofa earned a cover last summer.
The footstool was another garage sale find and the cover changes often because they are so easy peasy to make. This is the current cover.
What's sad about the two chairs I created slipcovers for with the tie backs is both, due to the size of the house (which isn't small but isn't huge either), have to rest in corners so you can't see the backs unless I pull the chair out to show the back :). Try as I might, I have tried pushing the walls out about 6 inches here and 9 inches there with my hips but it never works! We are officially out of room for more furniture which is horrible for me because I continue to stalk consignment stores and flea markets only to walk away with little bits 'cause there isn't any more room in the house for furniture. Granted it took us almost 7 years to reach this point but we are here now and it is what it is.
Oh, I have a question for you!
The Gabry Road Blog was originally initiated to feature the artists, designers, events, etc. from Gabry Road, the actual online marketplace. I figured I would get the blog running before the launch of the marketplace. With the launch fast approaching, I have to decide what approach to take with this current existing blog.
Do I mix personal stuff with Gabry Road, the marketplace kind of like a cross-over or hybrid blog?
Do I create a seperate personal blog and keep the Gabry Road Blog just for Gabry Road updates, etc. ?
Would love to have your input and thoughts!
Thanks for stoppin' by!