|This client fell in love with the fabric and wanted an elegant design for her sister-in-law. Using her relative's two favorite colors, sage green and plum, "Clarette" was born and now sparkles in her living room.|
|Having an entire sitting room
devoted to animal print, this client would take no less than spectacular!
Leopard chenille is complimented with loads of sparkle and fringe with
gold-tipped legs. "Luxurious Leopard" now sits at the foot of her favorite chair in her reading room.
|These were designed for two young sisters who adore zebra print and hot pink. A row of black faceted beads compliment the sparkle of the metallic accented pink fringe. I understand the squealing was deafening from the girls!|
|A college graduate also adored zebra and pink. Wanting to surprise her with something different, fun yet sofisticated, this client asked for just that. I used a foiled zebra print fabric and dressed with pink and crystal faceted beading. I'm told the graduate is in love with her new candle shade and it sits at her desk. No one is allowed to touch it!|
|Not knowing an exact color scheme, this client chose a neutral tapestry fabric for this stool. She (and her chosen gift receiver) loves sparkle so I decided to play on the gold tones. Gold tipped feet compliment this design and this little beauty now glistens in the living room.|
|Designed with a little girl in mind, "Lady Bug" is finished in watermelon and black polka dot taffeta. A hand cut flower accent was made and added for interest while a crystal accented garter graces one leg. The 8 yr old does not let this stool out of her sight!|
|Designed for a 6 yr old girl who adores purple, "Sugar Plum" made her debut. The flower accent was handmade and added for interest, irresistable fun beads used as well as a crystal-accented garter attached to one leg. I'm told this stool has tried to make it to school via a bookbag on numerous occasions. "Show and Tell" will be the next attempt.|
|The two finished chairs were refurbished from the original chairs (original state shown far left). These beauties now sit proudly in Zero Dress Code Boutique's dressing rooms located in the Florida Keys.|