Don’t you think that it would make sense to buy one of these stylish elements? Maybe you are not yet convinced to do that but you might change your mind after browsing through all these offers. Can you tell us what appeals to you or is it that you have to think it over?
This travel slipcover is easy to apply and remove and will work like a wonder when it comes to providing some fun and color to your setting as well as protecting your belongings without any effort.
Slipcover decorated with abstract pattern. It is made of combining cotton and polyester. Machine washable. Application for each interior according to taste and imagination. Modern form and careful execution.
This amazing cherokee slipcover will both add a rustic charm to your interior and provide a nice way to keep your furniture safe. It will easily accentuate the existing colors of your home decor and is reliable enough to provide years of use.
Sofa slipcover decorated with jacquard pattern. It is made of soft touch material. Suitable for standard sofa. It features an extra pillow to support lumbar spine. It is well evaluated by the customers.
Ensure perfect protection from unwanted damage by choosing this amazing loveseat slipcover that will offer you both full functionality and utility value. It is well-suited for a queen-size futon and sports a nice print pattern that is pleasing to the eye.
Leather chair, dark space, manly aroma, snifter of brandy, light scented cigar - perfect man cavedom!
I love the grasscloth and the chair covers. A great way to alter my Queen Anne chairs that don't fit my style.
I can appreciate this in a photo but could not live with it. That is an important distinction to take note of. Some things look really fun as an idea in a photo but they may not be something you can actually live with.
Thrift Store Revival brings you a before and after image of a set of Queen Anne Chairs. The color went from a fading peach to a Pearl Grey. The dye was RIT dye and I used a spray bottle to apply. Brilliant!
love the armoire, the chandelier, the chairs (especially the monogrammed ones on the wall), the framed artwork, the skirted table, the flowers. Not so much the curtains; they seem ... out of place?
not sure whether i'm at all capable, but I'd love to recreate this with our old dining room chairs when my mom is ready to send them where all good chairs go
Joy Tribout Interior Design, the brown and green color scheme is great, love the plates on the brown wall and the antler chandelier, so cool!
18th century Queen Anne chair, ball and claw feet, needle point seat cover, chair made by Betty Valentine, needlepoint by Sharon Garmize, bought at the National Name show, Rochester, NY, 1983
Upholstered Queen Anne Wingback Chair Cabriole legs The fabric underneath the slipcover is the same as the cane-back chair - $100
kr: this is the kind of #porch I want to have when I have grandkids. I will tell them all about my university days over glasses of sweet tea while rocking in my chair.
My first time to do a re-upholster project. It was fun doing it. I bought the chair from Goodwill for $10.00 and got the fabric from a discount store at $1.00 per yard. Pictures showed step by step process. I was learning as I go along. Used regular stapl
Anne Cresacre (c.1511-1577), wife of John More the Younger. A half-length portrait facing three-quarters to the right. She wears a double band headdress, a dress with a square décolletage, and is seated on a roughly sketched chair. This drawing is a prep
Mahogany, nettle cover <br>England, around 1900 <br>Edwardian period, Queen Anne style <br>Set of six chairs, including two armchairs <br>S-shaped legs, also known as ’Cabriole Legs’<br>Removable seat cushions<br>New upholstery with gray nettle cover