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July 14, 2007

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I L-O-V-E that Designers Guild cut velvet fabric. Also love the bright rainbow-hued choice. Your house is going to be so cheery and original. No sofas or chairs that look like the interior of an 80's conversion van!( you know those hideous "Pillow" sofas and chairs covered in muted tones? Barf)

Great looking fabrics!

Pink, I think it would be lovely with a fully upholstered back (get rid of the back cushion) and covered in the black and white Geometric David Hicks fabric and paint the frame of the chair either black or white.
XO
Anna

your plan sounds ACE!

OHHHHHHHHHHHHHH I can't wait to see that chair finished!!!

Hi Casapinka..Do you know the source for the pink chinoiserie fabric in the last photo? i love it. Could it be Quadrille?

I'm worried if you just get rid of that back cushion the chair won't be comfortable anymore - even with the throw pillows. However, I LOVE the graphic b&w print and painting the woodwork black! I'm just worried that such a pretty chair won't get used if it's not comfortable. Can't wait to see it when it's all done!

Hi Patricia, it's Lyford by Quadrille. Stefan, I'm going to talk to the upholsterer about adding a bit of extra padding. Annechovie, I'm with you. Thanks everyone!

Those are some really nice pieces, i love them

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