My dear cousin Brianna called me the other night for a little help in picking out a chaise for her beau's Boca Raton bathroom. The first thing I asked was if she was willing to reupholster her old one, I was thinking a great David Hicks fabric, but alas, the current chaise is too large and they want something smaller. My Eco Efforts had failed. I haven't been to his home, but I am guessing it is Tuscan, over sized shabby chic so I had a big task on my hands aside from the part of finding a chaise smaller than her original 38 x 69 piece. When dealing with a taste different than your own it's always a bit difficult but I feel as though I was victorious. Some of the original ideas she had was:
Haverty's Dinah Chaise. She liked this look but it was too big. Good!
Z Gallerie Elizabeth Chaise. I think the colors will work in her bathroom and it will give a more sleek and updated feel. Success!
Our journey from THIS to THIS made for several pretty choices along the way.
I love Plantation, I like their relaxed elegance and organic concepts. The Plantation Riviera Chaise would have been a good option for her as they will make any piece to size.
Restoration Hardware Barclay Chaise. I love a tufted chair!
Another option from Williams Sonoma Home, Easton Chaise.
1st Dibs had some great pieces, of course! Above is Grosfeld's 1920's Chaise upholstered in burlap. Burlap? Don't know about all that. I hate that word! BURLAP! It's obnoxious!
Battersea had this 1880's Chaise from Belgum. Beautiful.
Bulsamo 19th-century Napoleon curved back chaise.