I desperately want to re-upholster our sofa. To say it's fairly bland and tired looking, is quite honestly, an understatement. I was going to take a picture for this post, but just looking at it left me uninspired to do so. However, I can tell you that it has good bones and shows lots of potential.
Now, I've always considered myself a bit of a modern gal. In the past I've dreamt of replacing my rolled arm sofa (with overstuffed cushions) with something cool and contemporary, perhaps in french grey or a deep charcoal. Something with clean lines and low to the ground. You know what I mean, one of those slick Italian pieces that can seat entire families (or parties for that matter) and completely take over a room.
But.... I've changed. Or at the very least my taste has evolved to a level where I now appreciate many styles. But I'm particularly drawn to the tufted, buttoned looks seen here.
Gorgeous sofa from Fromental website. This is so terribly chic.
Love the dark, sexy vibe here designed by Ilse Crawford.
Kettners Brasserie in London again designed by the amazing Ilse Crawford.
Very pretty dove grey velvet.
The fringe and the sumptuous silk curtains add such glamour. Champers and oysters anyone ?
Well I've spoken to the upholsterers next door to my studio and they're ready anytime to work their tuft and button magic.
Now all I have to do is convince David. Sigh......he's not exactly the tufting and buttoning type. Any suggestions as to how I could persuade him ?