9.06.2011

A Little Bit Of Switch

As you probably have noticed I have been lacking a bit in my online life, and the reason is because I am super busy!  Of course I am busy with design work, which is wonderful, but what is really exciting is the launch of my new division, Switch Studio {my website is almost complete, so stay tuned}.  I have been working hard on getting everything lined up, and of course working on furniture pieces when I'm not busy with SED work.  Here are a few of my favorite before and after photos of pieces I've completed recently...

This was an old public library chair that really needed some Switch love - Now it fits perfectly into it's owners stylish home!

This came to me partially stripped and looking pretty sad - It certainly doesn't look sad anymore, does it? And I must say it is the most comfortable {down filled} chair I have ever sat it - Yes, I tushie test each piece before it goes out.

Originally this headboard was far from fun - Now it's super fun and totally suits it's new home in Florida!    That is correct, I do custom pieces for clients all over Canada and the United States {of course shipping charges apply}.

I maybe busy, but I'm absolutely loving every minute of it!  I'm looking forward to creating a nice balance between both businesses and really focusing on the aspects I enjoy the most.  In the mean time, know that you are missed by me on my strict work only days.  I must say that I'm so very lucky to be able to do what I love, and I thank each and every one of you for your support!
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I've linked this post to:  Thrifty Decor Chick, Skip To My Lou, Sumo's Sweet Stuff, Between Naps On The Porch, Craft-O-Maniac, Embellishing Life, Under The Table Dreaming, I Heart Nap Time, Homemaker On A Dime, Today's Creative Blog, Tip Junkie, Coastal Charm, Vintage Wanna Be, Hope Studios, Savvy Southern Style, House Of Hepworths, Shabby Creek Cottage, Somewhat Simple,

14 comments:

  1. GREAT makeovers. Love the first chair. Never ceases to amaze me what great fabric can do to help makeover a piece. And what bad fabric can do to make it look sad! Lol.

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  2. Fabulous makeovers Staci! I especially like the headboard (is it from Moveline? Great source!). So good to hear that your new venture is going so well!

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  3. Love that you are enjoying yourself ... Best wishes, always

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  4. All these projects look fabulous, Staci! Congrats on so many jobs well done :) I love that headboard - those lines are so beautiful, it just needed a little Switch-style loving.

    *Tania @ Passport2design.com

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  5. Wow. That white chair looks flawless!! I don't have the confidence in upholstery yet to try a fabric with no pattern;) Great job!! The headboard is also quite beautiful!!

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  6. LOVE that headboard, oh my, how amazing. Congrats--glad you're loving this new endeavour.

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  7. wow, these are amazing! great job!

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  8. Gorgeous! I love it! I'm your newest follower.
    www.projectqueen.org

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  9. This is a great makeover Staci. I'm also planning to have a makeover for my headboard.

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  10. FABULOUS re-do's...that library chair is absolutely SPECTACULAR!!

    Deborah (happily visiting from
    http://upcyclingmylife.blogspot.com...hope you can drop by too...)

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  11. This wonderful post totally rocked the blog party's success! Thanks for linking up at Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop :)

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  12. Love the before and afters, especially the unloved library chair. What a huge difference!

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Oodles of thanks for the comment!