I’ve finally found the time to share the complete reveal of the chevron chair featured at our party with you all. Today was a lovely day outside so I tried something different and took the final pictures outside. For pictures of the before go here.
When and if that tree in the background blooms, it will make picture taking outside that much lovelier. With my string of good fortune, it will only be green leaves on it. Speaking of good fortune, how many of you played the Mega Millions last week? I, Milla and some of our family members bought tickets and Milla also entered a lottery pool at work. While, a winner in Baltimore did win…it was NOT us, bummer. Anyway, back to the chair.
Here’s a full shot of the chair. Hopefully, you can’t spot too many imperfections! I will say this was one of the hardest chairs I had to upholster. It involved more sewing than I’m used to or even know how to do. My main goal was to make it look decent and I think I accomplished that. I purchased the fabric from fabric.com.It’s called Zippy Slub in Charcoal by Premier Prints.
Now for an attempt at staging. I usually don’t stage finished project pictures, but this chair deserves a little added presence.Vintage Globe + Cute little table=Staging.
Closeup. Do you see those dents in the seat cushion? Those belongs to our furry family member, Breeze, he was very anxious to get outside.
I managed to get two good shots of him. It was hard for him to stay focused with the birds flying about. But this is my favorite picture of him. We have one photogenic cat! If only we could bribe him into pet modeling.
He did relax for this last shot. This chair as become his favorite in the house and I have tried several times to keep him off it. I just hope he doesn’t claw it up like he did this chair. I’ll have more on that later. I’m on the search for new fabric since I have to reupholster it all over! Side note: I am loving our new camera. It takes great pictures for a point and shoot model.