NUMBERS GAMEHere are a couple of chairs just finished. Their owner wanted them in matching fabric, and had definite ideas of the layout - so all credit goes to her for the finished design.
She fell instantly in love with this Warwick fabric 'Numerology' when she visited the showroom, and the plain colours co-ordinate beautifully with some of those in Numerology.
This wingy's owner imports gorgeous French cottons and linens, which she sells at the Old Bus Depot Market (Provencal Chic), so French fabrics were the obvious choice for the recovering of her beloved old wingy and stool. All credit goes to her for the fabric layout.
OTTOMAN EMPIRE GOES FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH
Orders for the JamberMOO ottos continue… As someone said in the showroom the other day (as she was placing her order) "everyone in Jamberoo needs one of these". Hear-hear!
ON THE WORKBENCH
This dear little chair (please let me know if you know what to call it) was covered in so many layers of shellac it was a very dark brown and all the beautiful inlay work was nearly impossible to see. Although I do some timber re-finishing, this was way beyond my level of skill so I took it to my special French Polisher a few months ago. This week I got it back and cannot believe the transformation - he says he didn't 'change' the colour, just 'revealed' what was already there. The photos don't do it justice, particularly the green of the shamrocks.
The chair's owner visited today and chose a beautiful piece of Harris Tweed for the seat cover… watch this space for the end result.
Little Pip is not so little anymore… a big one-year old girl on June 2nd.
(shown here checking out the latest ottoman at dispatch…. this one is covered in the funky Flamingo fabric from Sparkk, with leather-like vinyl on top - easy to wipe muddy paw-prints off!)