I wanted to share with you one of my favorite projects. This wonderful client's daughter had very clear ideas and opinions of what she wanted for her room's decor.
She had lovely handpainted furniture throughout her bedroom that they did not want to replace, but wanted to update the look for her changing preferences. We decided to keep slipcover some of the furniture to coordinate with the new look, beginning with the vanity skirt and vanity chair.
The photo below shows the soft pink paint and fabrics on the vanity and chair (before). The doors below the vanity top open and are functional for storage.
The fabrics the clients selected were a fun chocolate brown, teal, green and white paisley, along with several coordinating solids and smaller scale patterns and textures.
Below is the rendering I presented for the bedding project.
This was such a fun project! I loved having this young girl select her fabrics and trims and her enthusiasm was infectious!
The photo below shows the vanity skirt in a gathered iridescent polyester topped with a scalloped overlay with chocolate brown covered buttons and a tassel tie in the center.
Below is the "before" photo of the adorable sweetheart vanity chair. I loved the shape of it and the full skirt. We only needed to update the colors and fabrics to coordinate with the new look of the room.
The slipcover below has a velcro closure at the back laced-up placket. The quilted chocolate brown fabric on the upper portion of the chair coordinates well with the gathered crushed pleated skirting. The heart shape of the upper chair is accented with teal cording. A green sash circles the "waist" and features a ribbon bow above the scalloped green overlay on the skirt.
Teal cording also accentuates the vertical lines of the back centerpiece, and a bright green double faced satin ribbon laces up the back with a bow at the very top.
The headboard and footboard had been beautifully decoratively painted, but in keeping with the new look for the room, we slipcovered both pieces in a textured solid lime green fabric accented with teal cording. We selected fabric pattern components and had them custom embroidered in specific sizes and thread colors to tie in with the other fabrics in thsi project. The smaller emblems are embroidered on the top of the headboard slipcover, following the shape of the headboard.
The crinkle gathered dust ruffle is perfect in this room! The paisley fabric used on the comforter was quilted on the fabric pattern design, to accent the paisley and swirl designs.
Pillows were made to coordinate, using striped, swirled and solid fabrics and adding ribbon ties and embroidery on the neckroll, along with a fun Kravet square beaded trim.
A mirror image embroidery design was created for the centerpiece of the footboard slipcover (below).
The photo below shows the completed bedding project - so fresh and cute!
The photo below shows one of the window areas in the room. Stationary silk panels are topped with a shaped hem and draping valance, accented with lime green microcord above and below the brown band and a wonderful teal and lime green tassel trim.
This was one of my favorite projects and the clients were terrific too!
Hope you enjoyed the "tour" of this project!