How exciting! Love the grey idea! ~lulu
Oh wow, looks fantastic Holly! That slipcover fits like a glove. My vote is for a greyish-blue with some serious distressing on the legs.
What a transformation, love it! I vote to paint the legs grey.
Paint them! No doubt about it. :) Lisa~ www.livingmybestlifeii-lisa.blogspot.com
I say paint em. Robin's egg blue or a lovely shade of gray. Awesome couch
Oooohhh...thats a tough one. I would get it home and get it in the room first just to be sure. Grey sounds fabulous, but maybe the dark legs would "ground" it a little more with your dark floors. Hmmmm.... ~mary~
Love the idea of painting them..! Can't wait to see it finished and in your house!! = )
Maybe I'm cautious....I'd leave it wood for awhile, then maybe paint it grey. I know it'll look fabulous no matter what! I love your furniture!www.jennyfreestyle.blogspot.com
Love the sofa and your blog. I vote grey too, since we all know you love it. I'm looking into getting a slipcover made for my sofa and also a wingback chair. What do you think a good price is?
Distressed grey!! Definitely for sure. Love it! xo Krista
Paint away my dear!anniep.s. sorry, you didn't ask...
Looks great! I'm torn between leaving them and gray. Apparently I'm the only one!
Holly you have me so envious that you've found a lovely seamstress with great prices and fabulous talent!!! Oh how I wish I could find a seamstress to sew slipcovers for a few things without charging enough to make me bankrupt! ;) (Any recommendations on how to search for one?) Can't wait to see the sofa and all of your auction goodies. :)
Oh, I love the couch! I like the legs as they are:) They would go beautiful with your floor!
I love slipcovers...needing to get one done for my own sofa - SOON!
I would say paint greyish-blue and distress!!!
I vote for grey- and I echo the previous question about price. I've made a few slipcovers myself, but I have a chair that I would like for someone else to tackle. I have no clue what to excpect! Any rules of thumb I can use to make sure I'm getting a good deal?Arielle
My vote is for the legs painted grey.
Thanks for all the input ladies!!Pricing really depends on what fabric you choose. For this cover I went with a bit pricier fabric which cost $120 in total. But the labor was $180, which seems to be unbeatable in my area so I am very happy to have found my wonderful seamstress!
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