Michelle's Master Bedroom.Contemporary Bedroom, Salt Lake City

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Brenda Justice wrote:Jul 13, 2011
  • Brenda Justice
    I'm asking about the curtain fabric.
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    DeCocco Design
    Such a pretty color! I thought for sure they were Restoration Hardware, but couldn't find anything like it on their site. Hey Houzz peeps--anyone have any other ideas?
middleofthefield wrote:Jan 31, 2012
  • nfosen
    Are they the Argentina peacock color drapes?
cochise wrote:Feb 18, 2011
  • bepsf
    Wing chairs are not easy reupholstery projects - it's not something you'd want to start out with.
    I'd suggest taking classes and starting with something simple such as an ottoman and working your way up to it - you may find that you enjoy it so much that it's a new career for yourself!
  • P J
    Was this chair reupholstered or was it purchased as is? If purchased as is, where can I find one? I love the black trim against the white.
bbjinnett wrote:Jan 26, 2013
hudson292 wrote:Aug 3, 2012
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    Michelle Hinckley
    Gray throw is from HomeGoods. Seen similar ones on Joss and Main.
    Yellow is a scarf.
  • hudson292
    Thanks! I loved that idea and design so much that I will incorporate into my design.I didn't realize that the throw has a scarf on it.Great. I learned so many things today,It is very helpful.thanks again for reply.
joeandpatty wrote:Apr 17, 2011
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    Michelle Hinckley
    Curtain rod is from Bed, Bath and Beyond.
  • adriana_schmuker

    Michelle, What do you call that kind of curtain rod?


designerdiva713 wrote:Jan 29, 2015
  • Manakamana Crafts

    Hi Michelle , Do you make any cashmere blankets and throws . If so , we can make for you . pls contact : shiva@yukohandicraft.com

nirak55 wrote:Sep 8, 2013
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    Michelle Hinckley
    You've got to check around for upholstery referrals. Check with local interior designers in your area and ask them if they have any good referrals. Best of luck!
rchughes2 wrote:Jun 21, 2011
  • Annie Thornton
    This chair was an antique store find that the owner had reupholstered.
kbmac wrote:Mar 26, 2011
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    Ronique & Co.
    When you click on the "More info" button under the photo - it looks like the color is 'Granite Grey' by Glidden.
bentley2014 wrote:Dec 16, 2015
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            rukminiraykadam
            Trumatter added this to Celebrating Diwali? Here’s How to Get Your House ReadyOct 12, 2017

            Swap out the pillows. A way to change the look of your living room is to change the drapes, upholstery and covers. However, if you don’t have time for that, then at least give your pillows a makeover. Cover them with fabrics in dramatic patterns and colors and observe them instantly lift the room. Tip: Try tucking in a throw, as was done here, as opposed to simply leaving it on your sofa or your sofa chair.

            beckydietrich
            Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Finish Your Look With a Fun Mix of TextilesFeb 26, 2014

            A throw with a single classic stripe, folded just so and placed over the back of the chair and under its seat cushion, raises the style quotient on this classic wing chair by several notches.

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            Shawn Gauthier added this to Piping Moves Furniture to the Head of the LineMay 23, 2012

            If bold colors are too over the top for you, no worries; this look is equally strong in neutrals or basics. A white chair feels fresh and current outlined with black piping.

            shoshana
            Love Your Room LLC added this to Throw Blankets: How to Use These Snuggly and Stylish StylemakersSep 17, 2011

            Create a colorful back cushion. This is a great idea to add color to a neutral chair. Use a throw or two, draping it over the chair after folding it lengthwise. Then, tuck it under the seat cushion to keep it in place.

            erikaward
            Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to Weekend Decorating: Playing with Blankets, Throws, and QuiltsApr 15, 2011

            Getting creative with throws can yield beautiful results. This white wing chair trimmed in black piping is gorgeous on its own, but when paired with a double dose of throws draped across the back and threaded through the seat cushion, the piece sings a livelier tune.

            lilygahagan
            Lily Gahagan added this to Go Bold with Black and YellowMar 14, 2011

            A shock of mustard yellow jazzes up the back of this chair. Tip: Use a throw (or two!) to perk up a chair or sofa by folding it down the middle and tucking it under the seat. More daring color combinations: Confident Color: When to Use Cool and Warm Hues Color: How to Go for the Bold! Incorporating Bold Patterns

            lilygahagan
            Lily Gahagan added this to Houzz Tour: Three Men and a Lady's DIY ParadiseFeb 1, 2011

            The wingback chair was salvaged from a garage sale and re-upholstered in vinyl. Now it can be easily wiped down with a rag — another kid-friendly white piece of furniture!

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            lmeektaylor added this to window treatmentsJul 20, 2019

            this is what i want. curtains, ceiling to floor, with up / down shades

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