The small town Colorado girl who’s obsessed with home and everything that entails! I’m a creative, a decorator, a day dreamer, a huge fan of scones, and I’m passionate about loving where I live and making a home.
I’ve been one busy lady. Between trying to reupholster my first wingback chair (more on that later…), making pillow covers for the breakfast nook and working on other projects, my spare time has been limited to ZERO! But I am totally not complaining! Love this life!
My house does need cleaned though… thank goodness it’s Friday!
I can’t show you the whole breakfast nook yet, that would be wrong, but here’s a little sneak peak of all those pillow covers I’ve been sewing.
I’ve been using the same type of sewing method as this pillow, and they turned out great!
They make me happy! And seriously, sewing pillow covers is ridiculously easy. I can just make new ones if I ever get tired of the look. I’m already looking forward to making pillow covers for the holiday’s too!
I’m hoping to show you the rest of the room really soon. Promise!
Have a superb weekend!
Join me as I share several easy to implement ideas that will give your home a breath of fresh air and leave you feeling excited about the changes you see by the end of the week!
Shayna! your pillows are beautiful; perfect for spring and summer! The colors are fresh! Oh! can’t wait for warmer days! Reupholster a wing chair! WOW! can’t wait to hear more about that! 🙂 have a great weekend! 🙂
THANK YOU Ingrid! You’re always so kind! I’m exited to share about my wingback chair. It’s been a learning experience. 🙂
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Did you make your breakfast nook bench cushions as well? And what height are they?