Monday, September 16, 2013

diy upholstered console tables...

Have you noticed the upholstered furniture trend, just today I saw another amazing
piece and I'm thinking I have the perfect spot for one.
 Another diy to add to my list...

1212Decor.com 
 Emily @ Recently 
House to Home 
Etsy - livenUPdesign
addison-design.biz

Kristin @ Bliss at Home
drexelheritage.com

They're all beautiful,
 but I'm smitten with the idea of an unexpected bold pattern,
how about you?


24 comments:

sharon smith said...

Love, love, love the bold patterns! I can't wait to see what you do.
Sharon
@novaraway

Cassie @ Primitive & Proper said...

these are all so fabulous! love kristin's and love he patterns, too!

Julia Konya said...

Gorgeous, every single piece. Can't wait to see yours and what fabric you will pick!

Linda {Calling it Home} said...

I have noticed this. I saw a few at Homegoods not that long ago. I am loving the curves in the House to Home one.

Lisa @ Shine Your Light said...

That's funny, I was talking with about covering a console table with burlap, she was a little scared of the idea but I love it. I just bought nailhead trim yesterday for a bookcase, I love that look too. PLEASE do this, in a bold fabric, because I bet it would be fabulous in your hands!

Kristin@bliss-athome.com said...

So easy and totally a great way to bring some pattern in :) Can't wait to see what you do. Thanks for sharing my table. xo Kristin

ChicLiving said...

I've been loving this look and have the perfect piece I would like to transform, just have to find the perfect covering :) hopefully you try this out as well!

Nancy {at} powellbrower at home said...

I agree! Love the unexpected print! I don't love a crooked line of nailheads-that can be tricky! I say yes, let's do it!
xo Nancy

Dana Frieling said...

You'd rock this look, no doubt!

Patty Day @Pattys Epiphanies said...

I love them! Now I can't wait to see what you come up with.
When things calm down here, maybe I can figure out how MC and I could create one.

The enchanted home said...

Wow funky..its a great and easy way to have a space feel more current and modern. Fun!

Unknown said...

So pretty, I especially love the zebra and herringbone. Can't wait to see what you create.

Lori

Jennifer @ Dimples and Tangles said...

Yes, these are beautiful! I know you would come up with something incredible!

Diana @ Your Day Simplified said...

Wow, I love those fabric covered tables. I haven't ever seen them before. That gets my creative juices flowing!!!!

Fletcher @ High Cotton Style said...

Love how this looks! I just built a console and am still working on the skirt...now you have me thinking about making a pair of these for nightstands!!

Design_Fluff said...

I have been loving it! I love the photos you provided. The art depicted in the first photo is lovely! The 3rd photo down is perfect! I think I'm inspired to do this to one of my tables now!

Jennifer Lippi said...

I love this idea and must add it to my list. I have always loved that snakeskin console on Recently and did not know it was a DIY!

therelishedroost said...

Love the bold pattern idea too! Especially when its the show stopper of the room!
Great post,Karolyn

Andrea said...

I love this look. I just upholstered a parsons desk for a client. Can't wait to deliver it. I love the bold patterns too.

Cristin Frank said...

They are so beautiful. I think the tacks give it a very polished look.

Julie Taylor and Danni Greenwalt said...

Just saw the first one at HomeGoods...Love them!

Kimberly Lemmon said...

I want one in the worst way. I know you will wow us once again with your diy skills. Can't wait to see what you've got cooking!

cindy @ a curious gardener said...

Yes, I have noticed the upholstered tables and thought "hmm, I bet Pam could do that" !

SHERRY HART said...

Love Love this idea so do one for us! It looks labor intensive...maybe too much for me!

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