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By 2/26/2011

a new furbled sofa!
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26 comments

  1. I like the red piping on the sofa, it's a nice contrast.

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  2. Love the piping, too! Gray velvet is yummy.

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  3. Wow! What a makeover..love the pop of colors and print..the piping is great looking also..is the sofa a charcoal velvet, whatever it is its very luxe indeed! Great looking....

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  4. That might be the most amazing thing I've ever seen. My Warhols would look amazing over it!

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  5. The trouble with long sofa pillows like that is, as the pillow gets more and more use, the fabric tends to shift, and the piping ends up moving a few inches from the edge.

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  6. "if it were socially accepted...I would drape myself in velvet"

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  7. and bam. the sofa is amazing. the piping is great, but that trim looks fabu.

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  8. belongs in a happy room....smiles.

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  9. that sofa is bananas! Love the piping!

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  10. WOW!! Talk about a head-turner! One of the best pieces I've ever seen. That trip along the bottom= perfection!

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  11. Seriously my favorite sofa of all times. Just posted it and am designing my kitchen based on its awesomeness. LOVE***
    Danika

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  12. One word (or maybe it's just a sounds!) - Yum!

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  13. slammin sofa. and pillows. and ottoman thingys.

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  14. Loving the contrast piping on the sofa and that trim at the skirt as well...and not to forget the shape of the sofa itself!..xx meenal

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  15. the different pillows work so well together! Could you tell me who makes the subtle white zig-zag fabric you used on the ottoman?

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  16. Hiya. It's a vintage remnant I had from an old eBay auction.

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  17. The details of that sofa are just gorgeous! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it!

    Going to start using word furbled:)

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