Slipcovers are a great way to change the look, style, or protect your furniture. Update the chair your grandmother gave you, go from Early American to Contemporary, or protect the upholstery from juice stains and dog hair.
Award winning slipcover designs. The pink chenille chair won second place in the Custom Home Furnishings Conference contest in 2003; the pink/green floral won second place in a contest sponsored by The Slipcover Summit in 2008.
From ugly duckling to beautiful swan, what a difference a slipcover can make!
Slipcovered chair for a little girl's room in coordinating pink and green fabrics. A knife pleated ruffle is along the edges of the side wings, the skirt is pulled up into soft swags with contrast tabs and bows at the corners.
Slipcover from antique chenille bedspread with coordinating print fabric.
Before photo of an attached back sofa
After photo: back cushions have been removed from the frame and covered individually.
back view of the chair with laced, corset style closure. The seat cover has a hook and loop tape closure.
Slipcover for wooden frame chair is done in two pieces. The top slips over and is secured under the arms with hook and loop tape while the skirt of the seat is secured in the same way at the framing.
before: worn leather sofa, chair and ottoman
After: slipcovers in natural colored brushed denim
Front view of the loveseat in Matelesse with pillows in the chair fabric.