Tailored slipcovers on the dining chairs in this coastal retreat allow the eye to travel to the view outside the doors.
Slipcovers on the generously scaled living room furniture invite guests to sit a while, even in wet bathing suits.
Chintz slipcovers introduce a casual, comfortable note in this beach house dining room.
A matelassé quilt makes an improvised slipcover on this daybed, connecting it to the pair of chairs in this sunny room.
A simple slipcover ties the headboard in the bedroom to the curtain fabric, creating a unified scheme.
Mismatched furniture presents a unified front when it’s all slipcovered in white cotton.
Keeping an all-white scheme, even in the bedrooms, is easy with simple slipcovers for the headboards.
Burlap skirts on low stools add an unexpected note of character in this kitchen.
A laminated tablecloth -- tailored like a slipcover protects -- an antique table with style.
A mixture of modern art and antique furniture coexists with ease in a room with furniture slipcovered in a neutral linen.
A spunky palette is easy to embrace with slipcovered furniture. The primary piece of furniture, the sofa, is covered in white to adapt easily to any palette.
In this house, slipcovers allow the homeowners to completely change the mood and temperature of the house with the seasons.
Slipcovers soften the effect of a stone-floored library.
The casual feeling of this beach house living room is reinforced with slipcovers cut a little loose and finished with self-ties.
Bring a favorite color into your home through accessories or accents such as pillows and throws. Slipcovers offer a dramatic change. Be sure to prewash your fabric before the slipcovers are made to ensure a perfect fit after laundering.
Sassy skirted chairs add a bit of whimsy to this serious book-lined dining room.
Slipcovered dining chairs provide the softness of fabric in a breakfast room without curtains.