two tone chair

A rather ordinary chair with good simple lines becomes much more interesting with an assymetrical two-tone paint job. We love that color-blockish thing!

Here’s a chair transformed by two-toned upholstery: mattress ticking and velvet in tandem:


Why not use different fabrics and prints when you upholster a chair or sofa?


Both images via two different Remodelista posts: first image (the link disappeared on their site); second image Ticking Goes Luxe

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One thought on “two-tone chairs, using paint or upholstery

  1. The two-tone upholstery is very creative. I honestly have never thought to do that.

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