After much deconstructing, button-making, tuft-tying, fabric-stapling, trim-gluing, tack-hammering and cushion-sewing, the tufted farmhouse sofa is finally done!!
I feel like some confetti should’ve fallen from the sky when Kriste and I put the final cushion in place. It didn’t, but it should have. This sofa has been the most challenging and high-maintenance piece of upholstery I have taken on to date, but it is done and I finally get to show it off.
There it is, all styled and pretty.
And here it is without any pillows or props…
Kriste and I were “oohing” as we were proofing the pictures. It’s just such a pretty tufted farmhouse sofa!
Here is how it looked when it came into my possession. It was given to me last year after the Lucketts Spring Market for free. Eddie, a photographer and fellow vendor, didn’t sell it, but really wanted to get rid of it, so she gave it to me.
It’s hard to turn down a free sofa, even though I knew it would be a challenge.
- The frame is painted in Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint Linen
- Fabric is antique hemp sheets (I’ll be ordering more soon!)
- Fabric on the back is $5.60/yard Sagless Burlap
- Checked pillows are from Ballard Designs
- Linen pillow cover is from Ikea
- Rug is Joss & Main
- Painting is by Cindy Austin
- Caned chairs are painted in Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint Bergere and are for sale in my online shop
If you missed the process of this makeover, you can click through these posts below to see all of the details.
A few people have asked if I’m selling this tufted farmhouse sofa… After such a labor, I need to keep it for a while and love on it. I’m sure I’ll sell it at some point.
But not today.
In other news, we’re installing the built-ins in my mom & dad’s room tomorrow!