Tuesday, February 1, 2011

upholstery webbing

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Why not take upholstery webbing and panel a room like Ashley Hicks did in his bathroom. I like this concept because webbing, especially polyester is thick and would be easy to work with.

Also I noticed that Martha made a rug out of jute upholstery webbing as seen here.

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7 comments:

Stephanie Sabbe said...

I like!

and of course martha made a rug out of it, what has martha not made a rug out of:)

Jen@Organized-Design said...

What a fun, and easy idea that packs a punch. Thanks for sharing!

Amanda said...

sooo coool. kinda like you! ;)

um, i FINALLY made over Jacks room. :)

i hope you stop by and take a look.

and by "stop by" i mean, i hope you get on a plane, fly to Ohio, i'll pick you up at the airport, we'll grab coffee/tea, and you can come on over to visit and we can become bff's. deal? deal.

;)

-xo
amanda

or you can check it out here:
www.perfectimperfection13.blogspot.com

but i'd rather you come over. just sayin'.

Shannon @ What's Up Whimsy said...

What a cool idea to use the webbing for framing a wall. It would be such an easy fix to make your room stand out! Now, what I'm wondering is, how would you stick it up on the wall?

designchic said...

Looks great...wonder if I'd ever get it even ~

Sarah Baird said...

Love it!

It would also be a great way to cover or update a side table.

http://tcktyboo.com

Laura said...

I love chair!