That seat from your childhood? – Lowell Sun Online
March 4, 2017 - accent chair
Who would have suspicion a neat and slim seat we grew adult with would be here to stay in 2017? That red-and-white button-tufted Naugahyde loll with red accent chair and a neat slim leg my relatives had in their vital room when we was a child is behind and lonesome in some fantastically fanciful fabrics. That was a year 1964, when we was 2, and tangible now as midcentury modern.
While during a Boston Design Center this week, we perceived a phone call from Duralee Fabrics salon manager Gary Fisher, and when Gary calls, we know there’s something good brewing. we dashed adult to a fourth floor, where Gary was anxiously watchful to give me a private arrangement of all that’s new and hip in furniture.
To begin, front and center, were metal-base bar stools.
Metals are prohibited right now in design, and their Z-like bottom provides a complicated character element. Dark blue and teal were featured in a bar-stool cushions and yield a contemporary look. Next, Gary was vehement to lift swatches of fabrics for new salon vignettes that were not traditional, though this traditional-style lady desired it all.
The initial underline was desirous by teal wallcovering already commissioned on a salon arrangement wall. Using this paper, an olive tone fabric called timberland in a abounding velvet was selected for upholstery on Duralee’s Sutton box-back loll with dais cushion. Their midcentury, modern, exposed-wood loll chairs called a Holloway would be interconnected with this organisation and upholstered in a Highland Court fabric called Sabine in colorway black/beige, some-more of an Aztec settlement with calm of cotton, linen, nap and viscose.
What was sparkling about this organisation was not usually a character of furnishings though a accent pillows. Duralee’s lulu dK moth settlement in colorway olive and bullion would be detailed with black brush fringe. A plain teal sham and another lulu dK bullion settlement fabric would also lay on a sofa.
The distinguished component to this vignette is a fabric choice for a showroom’s arrangement window. Clarke-Clarke’s Myla settlement in tone Hemp would be used for covers framing this illusory midcentury-modern display.
As we played with swatches of fabric on a showroom’s floor, Gary was vehement to share another organisation that we loved. It was a brew of all colors, disposition toward a pinkish and gray colorway with pops of radical designed fabrics. The loll would be upholstered in a multiple of dual fabrics, being creative. Baily Griffin’s Chippendale plat fabric has a vast geometric ribbon design, and would be detailed with their Dogges settlement in tone amethyst, that twinkled with a blushlike shimmer.
This organisation would be total with a span of herringbone-patterned chairs with button-tufted backs. Pillows here would startle anyone. Highland Court’s Bellatrix in eggplant tone resembled paint-splattering fun.
Another velvet sham in Chatoyant Raspberry and a bullion lead was used. Last though not least, a Studio jf fabrics skull-patterned sham in gray and white lends a bit of a startle cause to this grouping.
Duralee’s midcentury-style seat is not your mother’s sofa.