• Paula Goodburn

PARADISE FOUND


Narrative is important to creating happy interiors. I love a home with warmth and character and I tend to use colours and patterns that make me smile. For example the Eden Fabric used here to reupholster an old bedroom chair is not loud, over the top or in your face. Instead it is elegant, kind, warm, yet generous in its design. With lots of colour and movement it’s embracing and every time I look at it I find a new motif or an interesting shade under a leaf. It’s as good as one of the paintings on the wall. And lives up to its namesake… Eden, a paradise of a fabric.



The chair is for sale, as this is part of what we do, give an old piece of furniture a new lease of life by upholstering it with one of our lively colourful fabrics and passing it on for someone else to enjoy. Please contact the studio for prices.




Another example of a recent make-over is this slightly larger armchair. The client chose a muted linen to compliment her formal living space. Blues and grey’s were adorning the moodboard and what better fabric than Miss Havisham. We have great expectations for this very versatile fabric and I hope you agree with me she looks very at home in her new setting. As an aside… In Charles Dickens novel Miss Havisham has stopped the clocks and never leaves the house. Sounding like the familiar vibes of Lockdown#3 ?


Stay well and warm… and remember to please contact our studio if you have a favourite old chair, sofa, ottoman or footstool that you would like to revamp using one of our fabrics.



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