Friday, April 30, 2010

Yellow Chaise with Trim

I took Karin (Orr Lake Musings) advice and added trim to my little yellow chaise and like it much better. And with the little pillow, I think it's cute. I have so many other fabrics I'd like to use to make some of these and must get back to the sofa's also. And I thought I would share pix of a local field of irises on the back road Joanna and I take every morning on the way to her school. They are beautiful!


22 comments:

Catherine said...

Jody,

Your chaise is gorgeous! The trim did add a lovely touch to it. Isn't funny how such a small addition can really make something pop to life.
Wow! That field of irises is magnificent! What a wonderful way to start your day.

Merry Jingle said...

The chaise looks wonderful!

And wouldn't I love to have that field of irises at home, it's one of my favorite flowers :)

Ira

Fiver said...

It's beautiful Jody!! I didn't see it without the trim so I can't compare, but I love this chaise and the fabric you've chosen.

Natascha said...

Your Chaise is wonderful.

Natascha

Pandora said...

The chaise is so sweet.

I love irises. Great photos.

Pan
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Daisy said...

You lucky lady! What a lovely walk! I really had to remind myself that your chaise scene is miniature! It is so well done and the new trim is the perfect touch. Really lovely.

Susan said...

Your chaise is absolutely gorgeous Jody, the trim finishes it beautifully. Lovely work too.

Susan.

by Sonya Rotella said...

Your Chaise long is really chic! The color and the finishing touch I like a lot.Really delicious.
I also adore the white objects that you have put on the table they makes contrast with the flowers...a beautiful effect of color.
Love
Sonya

Norma said...

It looks fabulous with that trim Jody, as Catherine said it 'pops' with that little addition of contrast. Looks fabulous in that setting too.

How beautiful those irises are!

CWPoppets said...

Your Chaiselongue is absolutely beautiful, Jody. Love it !

Glenda said...

Oh, Jody, the chaise is lovely - so welcoming!
(Not like our 1:1 sofas which are cat shredded and bum shaped, but much loved!! ;-))
I do love the swan, too.

There is a small garden of amazing specimen irises in our beautiful local Botanical Gardens. It's edged with clipped box hedging - my daughter and I call it The Harem and go to see it in its glory every year.

Glenda

dora said...

Beautiful, very nice, the color is one of my favorite.
I don't know if the translator will be able to accurately translate my words, I hope that if.
Jody congratulate his works are always so beautiful.
A kiss and hugs Carmen

Wee Cute Treasures said...

Hi Jody, What a divine chaise long. It looks so real and I can just imagine lying on it and reading a good book. And as for those irises - beautiful. Thank you for sharing. Hugs, Carol xox

Margaret said...

Your chaise looks beautiful with the trim, such a stylish but cosy room. And the photograph looks like a Monet paint, gorgeous.

Sabiha Barkey said...

The chaise looks absolutely gorgeous! You have done a great job, and such a pleasure to see the beautiful flowers every to start the day!

Sabihax

Jean Day said...

Those iris and your chaise are fabulous. I was sure I had commented previously but sometimes I think I'm just to fast to see if I comment correctly, lol. Love the colours in your chaise, especially with that trim.

Deb said...

Your chaise is gorgeous! It's amazing what a little trim can do. The irises are amazing. Are they growing wild?

Karin F. said...

wow, that chaise is gorgeous...as is the field of iries

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Love the chaise! Thanks for sharing the beautiful irises.

dale said...

The chaise is so nice, Jody! :)

Snowfern said...

i was blown away over at CDHM, and i have to comment here, that chaise is to-die-for. beautiful, beautiful work!

cockerina said...

how wonderful this field of irises! grow spontaneously??
I love your sofa! denotes elegance and good taste ...
kisses from Italy and thanks to follow my blog!
Caterina