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From Modern to Country Living

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My client had 8 of these dining chairs, but wanted a more “cozy” look this Christmas.

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She saw these in a cute shop in Sandpoint, and was hoping for something similar.

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Mission Accomplished!

Something for Me

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Because of our new addition, we needed more chairs for our table.  My red, wood chairs are so unique, that I thought it would be better to just put a couple of upholstered chairs on the ends of my table.  So, after finding these beauties at a garage sale, I made a very simple cover out of my favorite crushed velveteen by Anne Marie Horner.

This room makes me happy.

Dining Chairs with Great Lines

 

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I love the look of these dining chairs.  Perfect for the ends of the table.

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New, washable natural denim.  Same look, easier care.

New Winter Look

My client loved this sofa, but she wanted something very similar to what she had, but more for winter.  She chose a great medium-weight linen.

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The original is great – a nice stripe.

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Same great lines.  Same skirt.  Great new linen look.

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Piping is great at setting off these rolled arms.

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Great new look.

Window Seats, If you Please

Angie wanted window seats for her kids’ rooms.  So, after measuring and deliberating, searching for foam and making the perfect foundation, we came up with these . . . .

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I hear there is a lot of reading going on in that house!