Hey there peeps!
Just a quickie in the kitchen and sharing how mixing and matching textures can work.
You remember when I reupholstered our kitchen chairs with the gingham check fabric?
Well, I still love it.
However, 6 chairs in gingham made me a little stir crazy.
So I decided with some of those free coffee bags I was given,
you know the ones that I used to make my diy burlap rag wreath?
I would go ahead and reupholster the two chairs at the head table.
And yes, lazy I am and covered the burlap right over the gingham.
Why not? When I want to go back tot he gingham, it will be there.
I like that this coffee sack has some red peeking through from the other side which has a large print on it with red and green.
This is NOT a fancy all staged up photo.
Sometimes I just want to post and share something simple.
This was simple and looks great with the rest of the burlap I have spread about.
You will see it all come together in the future.
Mix and match it up. Not everything has to be the same:)
I will be back first thing in the morning to show you where I hung that rag wreath btw.
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I love mixing and matching. Your chairs look great. And sometimes I just want to share without all of the staging, too. I think our readers appreciate it.
Shannon @ Fox Hollow Cottage
M&M is way more fun then everything all matchy-matchy! I like this and it does add loads of texture 🙂
I love mixing and matching and I love how your two chairs look!!
You sure care making great use of that burlap looks great
Looks adorable! You’re a clever girl:-)
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Cute, how fun. Love the gingham too. Hugs, Marty
Oh my, that looks real pretty! I love mixing color, texture and pattern as well and you have done an awesome job of it! I like the fact that you kept the gingham underneath, that way you can always go back when it takes your fancy:) hugs, Poppy
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Looking good there Debbie!!! Gotta go check out that wreath now.
I love the chairs, Debbie! I am planning to do some grain sack or burlap cushions on my kitchen chairs this fall. I love the look of them.
Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions
I love the red and white gingham fabric on your chairs, Debbie, but I understand the need to mix it up sometimes. Chairs like these are the easiest to make these changes to because it’s so easy to remove the seats. I purposely looked for chairs like this when we got ours many years ago. The burlap makes for a nice and different mix with the red and white. Looking forward to seeing “the big picture”! : )
Penny @ The Comforts of Home
I love the mix and match look. The burlap looks great on those kitchen chairs!
Great mixture Debbie:)
Amy @ Ms. Toody Goo Shoes
They look great, Debbie! Nicely mixed and matched!
Daniela @frugal ain't cheap
I love the combination of the two. Glad you left the bottom fabric…just in case
Very cute! I love the gingham though too. Gingham just says “homey dining” to me.