The Skirt: Part Two

On Monday, we looked at sink skirts.  Today, how about the clasic table skirt?  Another chic way to use a gorgeous fabric.  And you can have one custom made in any shape or size to fit a space.  Can’t find the right table?  Have a table skirt made!  Problem solved.  A lot of the table skirts that we’ve designed for clients include shelves underneath for storage.

I especially love these first two patterned table skirts.  Notice how they are tailored with pleats but the pattern of the fabric still lines up perfectly — that’s the work of a good seamstress.

Betsy Burnham

Betsy Burnham

Summderfield Design | The Skirt: Part Two

House Beautiful

House Beautiful

Mohon Imber

Mohon Imber

Summerfield Design | The Skirt: Part Two

Summerfield Design | The Skirt: Part Two

Jeffrey Bilhuber

Jeffrey Bilhuber

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The Skirt: Part 1

Let’s explore the chicness of a skirted sink.  What do y’all think?  It’s a little bit country maybe, but then I’ve always lived in the south.  If I had all the money in the world and a huge house with lots of sinks, I would probably put a skirt on at least one of them.  Maybe in the laundry room or butler’s pantry.  It would make for easy access to the “under sink storage”, wouldn’t it?  And easy access is always a good thing.  But the real reason why I think a skirted sink is fabulous is that I’ll take any chance to use a favorite fabric.

The Iron Gate

The Iron Gate

Ashley Gilbreath

Ashley Gilbreath

summerfield design blog

summerfield design blog

summerfield design blog

Melissa Ervin

Melissa Ervin

Lonny

Melissa Ervin

Melissa Ervin

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