This “fireball orange” kitchen looks smashing with the new window treatment and reupholstered dining chairs. The stained farm glass hanging in the windows are English and framed in rustic, unfinished wood. The client owned these contemporary Danish chairs and wanted patterns/colors that worked with the glazed walls and maintained the modern flavor but also retained a comfortable feeling.
In the end, we selected this flowing floral fabric for the windows, which spans the double casements and allows for some soft light to enter the room while also providing privacy. The colors play well off the room colors, and the pattern is subtle and doesn’t argue with the stained glass.
The chair fabric is a 60’s inspired geometric, again playing off the room color. Against the beautiful grain of the table, it offers a rich and inviting appearance. While doing the upholstery work, our craftsmen also reinforced the chairs, manufactured in the early 1980s. Over time the joints had loosened and our repair made for a stable, rock-solid sitting experience.