Among other things... I have been making this new chair. It was a bit more difficult to upholster then the other ones I have made because of the squared ends on the seat cushion. I was very happy to find this fabric because I never thought I would find anything that could be in the same room as the William Morris wing chair I made.The beautifully carved legs are ones made for me by Linda Master http://miraclechicken.blogspot.com/. Thank you Linda!!!
I was very pleased to find two porcelain pieces by Terry Curran, A jar of clotted cream from 'Harrods' and a tiny container of hot coco powder. I don't know what it is but I love ceramics that have writing on them.
Gorgeous work Catherine!ReplyDelete
You've outdone yourself!!! It is gorgeous.Your setting is so inspiring, your photography is perfect as always, but this chair is such a beautiful fabric and upholstery job---ReplyDelete
Yet another gorgeous chair Catherine, and the setting is perfect, I really want to shrink into that scene, slip off my riding boots, throw down my ultra-chic handbag and delve into the Harrods shopping bag for more goodies. I shall peruse the books while sipping hot chocolate from the finest porcelain, mmmm ...ReplyDelete
Ooooh what a wonderful job of aligning the pattern on the chair cushion with the rest of the chair!!! It truly looks like a 1:1 scale piece of furniture!!! Very well done!!! And the whole arrangement with the china and the boots and the books.... Awesome attention to scale and detail!!!ReplyDelete
I also noticed how well the patterns matched up. It's a lovely design and Linda's legs are perfection. Your lovely vignettes are always staged so beautifully.ReplyDelete
And I also was comment on the patterns matching! Lovely chair Catherine and I love the fabric. I think that style of chair could fit into so many settings.ReplyDelete
Your chair is very beautiful and looks so comfortable. I would love to curl up in it with a good book.ReplyDelete
I can see you have been keeping your self very busy Catherine. This chair is utterly and totally EXQUISITE!!!! The fabric is perfect and I adore your little setting....sigh!ReplyDelete
Hi Catherine! What a great shape to the back and the seat of this chair! I love the twisted cord trim that you have around the seat cushion and on the arms too! The pattern is very delicate and very pretty and it certainly translates well into this setting and makes itself at home among all of your lovely treasures. I also like china with lettering on it and own a small bowl of "Potted beef" just because I enjoy the title although I have never had or even know what "Potted beef" looks like.:)) My mother-in-law introduced me to clotted cream and what a difference between the taste of it and regular whipped cream! A real indulgence for sure!ReplyDelete
Greetings Catherine, lovely details on your chair! The upholstery pattern matches so perfectly. The set scene is undeniably English with the chair shape, riding boots, tea and clotted cream. Very nice.ReplyDelete
Awesome fabric and awesome upholstery job! The alignment, the trim... beautiful. It is a delightful scene! I can see the lady of the house coming home after an afternoon shopping and enjoying a well deserved cup of tea and scones.ReplyDelete
What a lovely piece Catherine !ReplyDelete
As usual so well done and you're right : the fabric is just perfect !
Many many hugs ;)
Man, you have expensive tastes...you shop at Harrods?? =0DReplyDelete
Love the chair. That fabric is just perfect
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful...ReplyDelete
Beautiful chair, Catherine, it looks so comfy and inviting and you certainly did a great job with the upholstery. Love the porcelain, I have a full size French mustard pot with blue lettering on a cream background, one of my favorite antique fair finds.ReplyDelete
Il est magnifique catherine ! C'est une très belle pièce . Vous devez être ravie du résultat . Le choix du tissu est parfait pour le style du fauteuil . Je l'aime .ReplyDelete
The chair is amazing! It looks so comfortable and the upholstering is impeccable! The porcelain pieces are amazing.
Sobriété et classe ce fauteuil .ReplyDelete
Your chair looks so comfortable. I like the scene.ReplyDelete
I agree with everyone else, it's lovely :)ReplyDelete
Bonito sillón y bonita ambientación.ReplyDelete
Your armchair is perfect in every detail, it's nicer than the real one I own! The porcelain pieces really look amazing! Kind regards, Brian.ReplyDelete
The fabric is a real find Catherine! It works very well with the Morris fabric as it looks very much like one of the more simple Morris patterns. The shape of the chair is lovely and your upholstery is perfect.ReplyDelete
I like the porcelain pieces, I've never seen those in miniature before. The whole scene is so wonderful, just right for coming home from shopping on a cold afternoon.
Hello Catherine, your chair is very beautiful. You are excellent in this kind of work. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
The chair is beautiful, I love the shape, lovely finish too!ReplyDelete
I absolutely LOVE your latest little chair..
Is it for sale??
The little chair is gorgeous, is it for sale??ReplyDelete
Thank you. :-) If you are interested in the chair, please leave me your email address in another comment. Since the post is older then 5 days, I will have to approve it. So you email address will not be visible here. I will delete the comment and email you. Catherine XXXReplyDelete