This post is in collaboration with Comfort Works.
Ever since my Fall and Christmas home tours, I have received so many questions, comments and emails about our beautiful linen blend slipcovers, so I wanted to tell you all of the details about them today!
I love the look of slipcovered sofas and sectionals. They really work for so many different types of decor- from vintage farmhouse to even more modern styles. They are also really fun and easy to change to get a different color or look for various seasons.
I ordered these linen blend slipcovers from Comfort Works before the holidays and they have transitioned so beautifully through Fall, Christmas, and now Spring decor.
The process was pretty easy and as you can see, the slips fit perfectly. I was so pleasantly surprised when they actually fit better than the ones that originally came with the sofa. I ordered a bunch of swatches to see the different fabrics in my space and I decided on the Leige Biscuit (see samples here). This fabric has a very laid back vibe and is super durable with my 3 littles. It has a nanocoating that makes liquids bead up for easy cleaning. Whenever they get a spot on them, I just wipe it down with a damp rag
Comfort Works custom makes each slipcover, so they gave me an easy diagram of the measurements they needed and I was able to collect all of them in under an hour- so it wasn’t too bad. Within a couple weeks, they were mailed to me in a protective bag and all I had to do was pull them out and put them right on my couches. I have to admit I was holding my breath a little while I put them on- not that I doubted their amazing seamstresses- but I did doubt my measuring ability! All was well though, and they fit like a glove. A beautiful linen blend glove. I like to steam them every month or so but for the most part they are very low maintenance.
Here is a close up of the fabric- I always like to see it close up and I really love the texture. You can see that they closely match my vintage grain sack pillows so you can kind of get an idea of their color there as well.
I had them sew velcro under the arms to give it a more fitted look, but I really do love it when it is just hanging loosely as well.
I am actually designing some new fabrics for this room and I will be adding pillows to coordinate my grain sack pillows, so stay tuned.
Here are a couple pictures of them through the holidays:
If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to ask in the comments below!