Now, take this chair....
And this chair with some glossy black paint on the custom carved wood
(YES, HUSBAND. That is not a typo, and if you obstuct the process in any manner I shall paint the kitchen pink next week.)
And this Hicks fabric as we already discussed. And perhaps lose the bus sized cushion - the blue chair above doesn't have a cushion. Think of the cool little cushions in contrasting fabric I could make. Oh BOY!
Or heck, this fabric (we're talking chair, not cushions still) because I can't do any of this without throwing in some variety. I know you guys'll hate it but I'm a sucker for a bright, happy fabric.
Or this Designer's Guild fabric, although there is the small problem of TAUPE.
Perahaps one of these Designer's Guild babies...
and I'll admit to loving this DG velvet stripe although not for the pink room. I need a studio, not a bordello. Somewhere, though, I must use this in the house. ..
Thanks to Lsaspacey of the blog Shelter for the link to the Lyford Quadrille fabric. Here is a photo from Domino. I think I liked it on the blind and cushion better than the chair. And apparently I really am a twit because in doing an internet search, I found that I asked same question here and Style Court answered it (slowly shakes head in resignation, thankful that "Hey you!" rather than actual names causes her children to respond.)