October 18, 2016
We're back with the neutrals! From afar, this fabric looks like a solid linen, but it actually does have a subtle elegant pattern, which makes all the difference. Once again, done in the style of Jean Michel Frank, with some customization to the block feet. We love making JMF style pieces because they are so beautiful, so classic and so versatile!
A light tone-on-tone chevron pattern kicks it up a notch, and once again, while working with pattern, we pay attention to every detail to make sure seams all match up...seamlessly!
October 12, 2016
We've been all over the neutrals lately, so we thought we'd shake it up with a colorful sofa! This custom sofa is in the style of Jean Michel Frank (JMF), except the arms are a little wider and the feet are block instead of tapered. We can customize this style any way you would like!
Using a pattern, such as this, is beautiful, but it has its' challenges. We work very hard to match sections, stripes and patterns, and sometimes that means using more fabric than usual. This extreme attention to detail is the heart of our work, and we take pride in such precision. Isn't this fabric beautiful?
October 10, 2016
If you follow our blog, surely you have seen this ottoman design before! It's our most popular, most requested style, and for good reason. It's another piece that works well in any setting, and it's so easy to customize with wood, fabric, and trims.
This particular piece was fabricated with a light linen, dark stained oak and finished with nail heads in a French natural hue.
If you're new to this blog, more examples of this design can be found here, here, and here.
October 07, 2016
In everyone's quest for modern design, we always come back to the classic two-seat sofa. At home in a myriad of decor settings. This piece is fabricated with a light neutral fabric and sits on dark finished oak block feet.
The double top stitch is a nice detail on the light fabric, and the t-back cushions provide support and comfort for relaxation or work.