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    Relaxed glamour and pops of kelly green. Designed by Melanie Turner

    I love this! I need to make a new slipcover for my rocker, which has ruffles on the skirt already.

    Really leaning this way to hide the junk under my desk....skirted desk. Smart.

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    this chandelier really ups the elegance of this casual dining space

    Add Skirting to current chairs. Open in the back and buttoned or velcro to pad covering.

    Would love to make this as a ruffle table cloth with 3 different fabrics. But I'll also want a bedskirt like this for my bed. You can never have too many ruffles!

    Pleasant View Schoolhouse: I Am All Slipcover Astonishment I do love slipcovers. I think I will do this to all of my furniture to keep it looking fresh and clean for years. Along with doilies on the top and arms of the chair/couch.

    Peter Dunham dining room. Lantern over dining. And lantern sconces.

    Love this wall color. It's Farrow & Ball Oval Room Blue over Farrow & Ball Light Blue in custom strié finish trim Benjamin Moore Bavarian Cream

    If your home lacks an entry closet or foyer, place a small shelving unit against the wall of your living or family room, cover it with a pretty divided skirt and top with piece of glass for easy cleaning. The hidden storage space can conceal shoes, boots, games, and baskets for hats, gloves, and scarves.