Monday, June 4, 2012

Fabric Table Skirt

I finally decided what to make for the empty spot in the foyer… a fabric table skirt. First, I needed a fabric that would transition from our pea green study to the peacock blue in the family room and also pull in the yellow from the kitchen, since the whole bottom floor is open.  Tada, it does exist…….

fabric table skirt

Then, I needed a table to fit into the nook. That’s where my 14 year old son (soon to be 15) comes in. He was a little worried until he found out that none of the table would actually show……..

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Now, it’s time to shop the house for things that are green, yellow and blue. The lily painting painting by Mr. Stitches Dad is perfect here. I stole the “Live what you love” print by Made by Girl from the guest room and the blue butterfly was just the right size to cover 4 nail holes from a previous picture !  Hire me to make your window treatments not to paint your house because I don’t patch holes :)

chevron table skirt

It just needs a turquoise lamp so this one can go back to the family room.

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6 comments:

Design Esquire said...

Looks gorgeous! I love the piping!

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Very pretty, Tammy! I love the cording you did around the top. You can tell you're a professional! : )

traci zeller designs said...

If only I could sew ... and have a handy teenager "on staff" ... there is no telling what I would be up to! ;-) Looks great, Tammy!

Lisa Mende Design said...

Love it! I want a skirted table like that!!!! Love the fabric!

Karen@StrictlySimpleStyle said...

You did a great job on the skirt-and the styling, everything coordinates beautifully, what a fun space.

deck box said...

Wow! This is indeed very cool project. I am amazed on the result. Lovely!

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