Thursday, March 26, 2015

It's All in the Details

Spaced nail head emphasize the simple line of this track arm.
When it comes to adding a little love to upholstery, there are so many ways to do it.  Little details are like jewelry for furniture that make even the beigy-est of beige sofas runway worthy.

Nail head run along the entire curve of this updated wing settee.

This oatmeal linen office chair gets some definition courtesy of tightly applied nail head but the real star is the inside back; more nail head tacked over a simple tape trim. 

This waterfall skirt hides a swivel mechanism.
Considering a skirted piece might seem like an old fashioned concept but these aren't your grandma's fussy parlor sofas. Today's skirted upholstery usually follows one long line from arm to floor, much like a sleek pencil skirt. 

Sinking into this wool and linen lovely...heaven!

Contrast banding sets off this skirted sofa from more leggy styles. The wrinkles can be steamed out or not, to give this pure washed linen the look of our go-to summer pants.  A flange in place of piping on the seat cushions is one of our favorite details provided by Lee Industries at The Black Goose Design.

Buttons give this over stuffed chair even more charm.
Why stop with one detail when you can have two or more?  Buttons and nail head add personality to a respectable menswear chair.

Oversize nail head and ribbon trim punch up this small pattern

The tiniest of tacks randomly placed on linen trim make this rustic daybed a French Country place to dream. 

These pieces and more are available during The Black Goose Design Spring sale now through April 18th.

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