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The Lily Home Early 2013Eclectic , New York

One of a kind settee/loveseat made from antique rare European textile with horse and antique stylized writing, on vintage framed. Newly reupholstered in U.S. Covered in antique European homespun linen. Horse textile is rare and hand-created in Germany at turn of last century.

Sharon Staudigel

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kareneglythompson
Karen Egly-Thompson added this to Fabric Focus: Decorate With Grain Sacks for Quick Farmhouse StyleMay 9, 2015

Upholstery. Vintage grain sacks are better than cotton feed sacks for upholstery, because they’re thicker and more durable. Their size makes them a challenge to work with, though — they typically aren’t wider than 20 inches. One way to get around that is by embracing their limitations. Furniture maker Sharon Staudigel says for this settee, she stitched a vintage German grain sack adjacent to antique linen and used a high-contrast black welt. The contrast between the two fabrics is appealing, and the genre appropriate.

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gri9
gri9 added this to Bedroom IdeasJun 3, 2015

Vintage grain sacks are better than cotton

sstanerson
sheryl stanerson added this to Dining Room IdeasMar 16, 2013

like black painted frame on sofa

geisha
Anasan added this to Eve's CaveFeb 22, 2013

does this type of sitting still exist??

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