The chair pads are done and I love how they look!
I'm replacing my old island with this one....I found it at an antique store...it has a marble top!
I fell in love with it!
The marble has a patina feel..in other words, its been used, but it has character and I love it!
This is what were sitting on now...
I moved these chairs into the family room from the living room....you saw the blue sofa in the first post, which we brought to my husbands studio to help sell it...
You can read about that here ...
I had bought a tan sofa and sold it to a client...so now I'm waiting for the new one to arrive...
I'm sure that was a little confusing!
|I will show you the up- dates next Thursday....|
Thanks for stopping by!
I love what you are doing! The wicker chairs and new pads are wonderful. Can't wait to see more!ReplyDelete
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That island table looks yummy!!! Please show us more photos of it :) And I love how you accented the chair cushionReplyDelete
Love the island and all the choices! Great chairs!!ReplyDelete
What an awesome new island! It's looking great!ReplyDelete
you had me at the first fabulous chair. those fabrics make me swoon with happiness. I. CANT. WAIT. to see more.ReplyDelete
You must thrive under pressure. You've gotten more done in a week than I could have. I absolutely love your new island. That is a treasure. I cracked up at your account of the dog's ottoman. Our dog laid claim to a club chair in our family room and when we have guests I have to make sure the person doesn't sit down and stand up with a blanket of dog fur! Ha.
Can't wait to see how it all turns out.
The Star this week!!! That fabulous Island!ReplyDelete
LOVE the new island! The chairs are looking good...ReplyDelete
I have a solution for the ottoman, and the dog. Have a slip cover made that's washable. I use painters drop cloth. My dogs can't ruin it!
Looking forward to next posting to see the progress. You're a brave woman!
The new island is killer... love that it's vintage and the marble top is a beauty!ReplyDelete
The chair pads look awesome! Dogs rule my house too. xoReplyDelete
Unique islands are my favorite, it will totally make the kitchen! Pretty chair fabric too, Julie!ReplyDelete
Your new island is beautiful and charming, love it! Such a great find!ReplyDelete
Looking forward to see more next week!
The chair pads look amazing, and that island.....can we all just drool over that island. Wow, Julie.ReplyDelete
Wonderful post Julie! The island is definitely drool worthy .. with a marble top! love that;) I like the fabric you've picked for the chair pads. Had to smile re/ the dog's rule .. my pup is laying next to me as I type on her "blanket". I think I need to find a 6 or 8 month challenge .. 6 weeks won't cut it for me ;) Have a nice weekend!ReplyDelete
My 5 pound dog is the boss over here, too! Can I even explain how much I adore that chair and the chair pad???!ReplyDelete
Wow...that island is gorgeous! Excited to see what you get accomplished this next week :)ReplyDelete
Yeah, my dogs rule as well. It is comforting to know who is really in charge!! LOVE that island ... looking forward to your final reveal!ReplyDelete
Those chair pads are awesome. I might be using that fabric for a clients family room. You are so talented!ReplyDelete
I love the island - what a terrific find and the chair cushions look amazing!! Can't wait to see more!ReplyDelete
O M G !!!!!ReplyDelete
that island!! love that it is vintage cannot beat an aged patina and it looks perfect julie!
having fun watching
The island table is my favourite one, it has a soul! As I see it's probably not your only item from an antique shop, can you please tell me more about how are you finding there such treasures? I would really love to own a ''little slice of history'', but even if I am visiting a shop, all looks more like this kind of huge, bizarre mess so I'm spending there a lot of time and walking out with nothing... Sometimes I'm also not sure about the real value of an item. Do you have some special tips that could help a beginner antique buyer? Thank you :)ReplyDelete