Monday, February 1, 2010

wingbacks


it seems as though alot of these are floating around in homes everywhere... some are old, some are new... here is a very refreshing way to make them special....

this one's for you dear jeannie...

12 comments:

Renee Finberg said...

this is a fresh and fun look.
me likie !!

xx

Beach House Living said...

Grain sack fabric is wonderful.

La Dolfina said...

It reminds me of the ones that are in the hotel in Capetown that Joni wrote about in Cote de Texas.
It also featured the gorgeous hand painted script on the silk curtains by African Sketchbook. If you haven't seen it, be sure and go check it out!
~xo
Terri

Jacqueline said...

You show the BEST things. I love wing back chairs but to be covered in grain sack material is gorgeous. Did you see my one that I covered? I've also had my Victorian rocking chair covered in the same material. Wonderful. XXXX

Kellie Collis said...

Yes they are very special!

Ness Lockyer said...

Now thats how to do a Wing Back!
Ness xx

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HAMPTON HOSTESS said...

so funny! I was thinking of you yesterday at the NY gift show when I saw the same chair and a beautiful sofa covered in vintage feed bags--they were gorgeous and reminded me of your french linen. The company that produced them was in Kentucky--I have their card somewhere-great post!

cardinalkay said...

This is delish! I want to do something similar to my (now floral) Grandmother's chair -- with some nailheads, too!

COCOCOZY said...

Thanks for stopping by! Love this chair by the way. Love the grainsack look!

Coco
Cococozy
http://cococozy.com

seabold vintage market said...

LOVE THIS . . . especially the light blue - very fresh looking for spring!! xoxo . . . liz

Greet said...

I love the grain sack fabric a lot!
xx
Greet