Inspiration. I have always loved the dynamic and graphic design details of black and white.
Love this IG shot from Chairishco. Bold black and white geometrics next to the brilliant green velvet.
I cannot believe that September is halfway over already! Wow! The summer seemed to fly by, although I did manage to truly pack a lot in….It was so great to catch up with friends, hang with my hubby and our kids, soak up the sun, and even get a couple of glorious sailing dates on the lake. Brilliant!
It has also been an incredibly productive summer project-wise. We are in full swing on several bathroom projects, and are in the proposal stage for a few other really great and interesting spaces.
I am truly excited about the upcoming Chair Affair event on October 30th, to benefit The Furniture Bank. I have finally nailed down my fabric choices……Woohoo!
These beauties are my final choices for my Chair Affair chair! LOVE!
Being exposed to so many beautiful fabrics everyday, I will admit it was very hard to narrow down my choices for The Chair Affair. The theme this year is “From my home, to your home”, which is pretty broad and all-encompassing. It could be anything! So, I interpreted that to be “a few of my favourite things”….I adore the black and white, my favourite colour is green, I love the classic geometry of a lattice pattern, and I have always been obsessed with toile and chinoiserie prints. So here it is! I have been able to use all of these fabrics (okay, two of them are for a toss cushion, but it is still a part of the overall design!) in one place.
More black and white geometry mixed with my favourite green. Just makes me happy…Photo taken at the Kimpton Hotel Monaco in Pittsburgh by Preston Konrad.
It’s hard sometimes to find inspiration for things. In this case, I just went with what makes me happy. It’s also hard when there are no “client requirements” to consider – just my own creative energy. What a wonderful experience it has been! I am loving this. And I have been truly lucky – so many of my wonderful suppliers have either donated or greatly reduced the costs of their fabric, as to help me achieve this vision that I have in my head…The fabrics are now on the way to my brilliant upholsterers, Steve and George at Regency Upholstery, and soon there will be a chair to unveil! I am so excited!
Thank you so much JFFabrics, Kravet, Robert Allen, Primavera and Regency Upholstery, for your kindness and generosity.