Guess what showed up on my front door step today?! Yep, my newly recovered chocolate zebra camel-back, one cushion sofa! This is a quick snapshot. No time for a cleverly staged image this morning. My upholsterer, Chris Green, just left and I am so excited to show you!
This is the third time that I have had this sofa re-covered. It started out in a tiny rosebud dressy fabric that my mother picked out when she purchased this back in the 70s from Ethan Allen. It became mine upon graduation from college and stayed with the rosebud in my first apartment and first home with my hubby. Then when we moved to our second home, and since I finally had the funds to do it, I had it covered in a blue and white chintz. That stayed for about a decade, then came a brightly colored tropical print. Another decade later, with the change in my living room to more greens and browns, so came the change once again on my camel-back sofa. I am in love with the comfy fabric. This has always been one of my favorite seats in the house. In fact, I am writing this post while lounging back on the soft, cozy fabric.
This little sofa all dressed up in this print is such a fresh surprise in the room. I love surprises! I also love color and color and color..... Did I tell you that I love color?! Well....I do. I love the interplay of different patterns within a color palette too. This little sofa completes the collection of furniture re-covers in my main living space that I revealed last month in my post, Slipcovers Revealed. If you want to see more images of the room, click on the blog name. It will take you there. Just ignore the dark images....I am in a learning curve with fixing and posting images.
This sofa is yummy and hug-able and I am just thrilled to finally have it back in my possession! My little Coco agrees.....You can't see here in any of these images, but she is hanging right there next to me as I write. Ahh......
I am hoping to get a few more things done on the master bedroom, so that I can start to post more images. I might start posting parts of the room as individual posts because waiting until everything is done could take a while. Just when I complete a part, I stop and look around and feel like I have only run a mile in a marathon! Perhaps a 'Four Poster Bed Reveal' could be put together. After all.....I do have that completely done. What do you think?! Wanna see it?!