Gorgeous Light & Bright Slipcovers For A Sunroom

When you hear the word “slipcover”, do you picture oversized, loose fabric that you continually have to shove into the crevices of your sofa or chair in order to keep it looking halfway decent?

If so, then banish the thought.  Shelley at Slipcovers By Shelley makes some of the most beautiful slipcovers I’ve ever seen.  In fact, if I didn’t know they were slipcovers (and if she didn’t show before and after pictures on her blog), I would assume that the furniture is upholstered that way.  Just take a look for yourself at these amazing and perfectly-fitting slipcovers that she made for her client’s sunroom furniture.

I promise, those are slipcovers…even the sofa.  Here’s what the furniture looks like underneath…

If you want to see more details of these slipcovers, head over to Custom Slipcovers By Shelley.  (Psstt…want to learn to make slipcovers like these?  She also had a DVD to show you how it’s done.)

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  1. Hey I was looking at images of girls rooms and came across a picture of that room you did for the symphony house or whatever it was (Sorrels & Gunn house in Badger) ANYWAY it was on some random blog but they said Candace Olsen did it. So I guess that is a compliment but a rip off at the same time. Here is the web site.
    http://artbyhp.com/?tag=candace-olson-built-in. By the way where are your pics of that room? I am needing some inspiration and loved that room.

  2. wow .. oh my the way I love your website! can’t believe that those rather unattractive couches can look so cool … love the buttons at the back.

  3. The color combination of sofa and the floor-mat are nice. They look nice in sunshine. The furniture are quite decorative. I like your ideas. Thanks for sharing.