before and after

before & after: rachelle’s deck + jill’s chair

by Grace Bonney

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today’s final before & afters are focusing on a beautiful deck renovation and a classic slipcover upgrade. first up, d*s reader rachelle mesheau. rachelle recently bought a house in downtown ottawa and is enjoying her small, but serene, backyard haven. her husband decided to design a new deck for their back yard, upgrading their existing version with a great modern design. not only do rachelle and her husband love the new look, but seb the dog does, too. great work, rachelle!

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CLICK HERE for jill’s chair makeover with roberta roller rabbit fabric after the jump!

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last but not least, today’s final before & after comes from jill rosenwald. she settled on a gorgeous roberta roller rabbit (i love her work!) fabric to update this spinning chair. it sure is a big improvement from the sad corduroy-style upholstery before. well done, jill!

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