But I'd still think a master bedroom needs a pretty corner. Since our dining room set came with more chairs than we usually need 363 days a year, I had moved one of the extra dining room chairs into the bedroom. And it look liked I plopped a dining room chair into the bedroom.
The standard white seat was a dead giveaway that it was a dining chair. I didn't want to re-cover the seat since it matches the rest of the set downstairs, so I made a seat cover using Miss Mustard Seed's tutorial, added a pillow and a chunky woven afghan and now that dining room chair is looking pretty.
I didn't see the point in re-writing Miss Mustard Seed's tutorial. If you want to see how to make a slip cover, just go to her. She's fantastic. I did modify it by skipping the piping and the ribbons since I wanted a more tailored look.
TIP: She doesn't tell you to do this, but baste the ruffle in place before you begin sewing so you can check the fit and make adjustments to the pleats. I hate basting. I don't have the patience for it. But for a good fit for a pleated seat slip cover, it is worth your time to baste, baby, baste.
Details about the woven throw, the pillow and the table to follow!
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