Kitchen Progress; Upholstered Benches

Kitchen Progress; Upholstered Benches

Today I finally did it. I upholstered the benches in our kitchen.
DSC_1066Ty was home sick and in bed all day, so I couldn’t fiddle around with the details in our bedroom today. As I had finished up the last of some freelance responsibilities yesterday, I was still itching to get stuff done; I put myself to good use and finally got around to finishing up these benches and finalizing frame placement in the hallway (things changed in there after the picture ledges moved to Laelia’s new room). I’d say both the kitchen and the hallway are 90-95% done! Woo-hoo!

5 Responses to Kitchen Progress; Upholstered Benches

  1. Super fantastic! I LOVE that fabric, and I really love that pillow!!! Where is the pillow cover from? I am all about the arrows and chevron pattern right now, I just NEED to have that pillow!! :)

  2. Thanks Lindsay! The pillow is from Target, of course! :D

  3. Amy says:

    What Target did you get them from? I haven’t seen them at any Targets in my area or online. :(

  4. […] upholstered the benches, hung some art, I made the little planters (from leather from a pair of old boots!), and we swapped […]

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