Houndstooth and Burlap. Not a common fabric combination.
But for this in-home beauty salon, it was the perfect collaboration.
Kerrie’s beauty salon is located in a back-porch-turned-beauty-salon that was enclosed by the previous home owners. The large wall of south facing windows offers an abundance of natural light but can be over powering during certain months of the year.
Kerrie made the burlap cafe curtains to help with light control but wanted a valance to pair with the burlap and provide color as well as additional sun block.
I am so excited about how CUTE these flowers turned out! And they’re so easy!
Jennifer asked me to make a couple of fabric flowers to be used as tie backs for her daughter’s creamy velvet curtains and this is what I came up with. I’m fighting the urge to add them to every pillow, curtain and lampshade in sight!
And did I mention easy? They’re so easy! Here’s all the details and how to’s.
Let’s begin this post by saying that this lamp shade and lamp base are not meant to go together.
I feel much better.
I’ve put off writing this post because I have this darling new lamp shade tutorial to share with you but no lamp base. My first intention was to paint over this one and then I thought maybe I’d buy a new one. Neither one has happened.