For a custom chair without the custom cost, save on the frames that will be hidden underneath a fabric of your choice. Designer Jennifer Foster purchased chair frames from an affordable home decor store and had them reupholstered in a fun raspberry chenille.
No sewing skills? No problem! Bring a custom look to your everyday dining chairs by cutting two yards of fabric to size, then simply wrap the fabric up and over the back rest for use as a chair swag. Use a scrap of fabric in a coordinating color as a tie-back, then fasten the chair swag in place.
A master bedroom remodel features a beautiful upholstered bed by Vanguard Furniture, custom upholstered bench by Hickory Chair, night stands by Hickory White, designer bedding by Ann Gish and custom drapes using Schumacher fabric.
This contemporary, cozy dining nook features a traditional round dining table, upholstered dining chairs in a neutral fabric, bay windows with custom drapes, and an eye catching blue beaded chandelier.
Designer Linc Thelen created a cool vibe for this dining room with custom chairs covered in Missoni-inspired fabric. He used grasscloth wall covering with wainscoting and a chair rail for a sophisticated look.
This eclectic seating area features green wallpaper and custom upholstered modern chairs with zebra fabric. The black leather steamer trunk accented with silver nail heads and black and white rug complete the look.
Classic Mies van der Rhoe Barcelona chairs in white leather contrast with French modern loveseats in linen velvet, and hand-painted linen sheer draperies framing Natural Conrad shades. Hand-painted Nomi fabric on barrel chairs which flank fireplace coordinate with custom wool area rug.
This dedicated space for playing games and enjoying casual meals embraces the theme with vintage furniture. To put a custom spin on the chairs, they are re-upholstered with Mid-Century Modern geometric fabric.
A place to relax and read or hand out while playing cards on the custom made Edelman Leather game table. A classic style table is surrounded by Antique Heirloom chairs and upholstered in a Rudolph Fabric.
Extravagant fabrics, textures and colors complete this spacious NYC master bedroom with generously high ceilings. The leather and velvet wall-length headboard system provides a luxurious feel, from the lounge chairs in a buttery leather to the custom golden silk carpeting.
This warm and inviting eat-in kitchen offers custom built-in banquette seating paired with a wooden dining table and vibrant orange Emeco Navy chairs. The corner is surrounded by bright windows, featuring curtains made from multicolored Moroccan inspired fabric.
Dark gray walls set the tone for romantic dining room, accented by the rustic nature of the reclaimed table and linen chairs. Custom drapery is drawn back for a dramatic touch, while topiaries set against framed neutral fabric create instant sculptural art pieces.
Keeping personal connection in the design, the homeowner wanted to incorporate the dining table and chairs she had inherited from her grandmother. The chairs were recovered in a warm, visually-textured fabric selected to harmonize with the open-plan living-dining area. The set is supported with a custom-sized wool rug below and a “sculptural luminary” above.
This traditional kitchen is designed to be the main gathering place of the home. The desk area is designed as part of the kitchen for the lady of the house. The chair fabric coordinates with the color of the custom window treatments.
This game table area is a great spot to sit and play cards with the family or catch up on work. The window seat is perfect for when someone wants to relax and enjoy the view of the city. The chair fabric matches the window seat cushion to create a cohesive look in the corner of the room. The pillow fabric also matches the custom lampshade.
Fabric-based window treatments are a great way to balance all the hard surfaces in the kitchen while also adding pattern and color. This custom arched shade can raise and lower to control sunlight and privacy. “Whether up or down, the shade keeps the kitchen feeling sunny with splashes of yellow from this Thom Filicia fabric, Prospect in Shadow,” says the manufacturer. Continue the look by using fabric in places like lampshades (see the shades on the wall sconces), barstools and chairs.