Corporate chair custom-designed for the Sebastiani Fencing Academy of Princeton. B;ack paint, custom printed fabric on the back, handmade double welting finish.
Boho Chic barrel chair recovered with heavy Jacquard woven fabric with a bohemian, mix of geometrical and floral pattern. Neutral beige linen on the outside of the chair. Red trimming … Continue reading
French Louis XVI style redesigned with a faux white paint, French heavy jacquard woven upholstery fabric with Japanese inspiration, red velvet on the rear back and French gimp.
The “Bridge chair” is a classic shape for the Art deco period (ca. 1930) along with the monumental “Club”. The “bridge” is a light and comfortable chair featuring bentwood arms, … Continue reading
Antique Louis XV chair with upholstered seat and back. Wood is partly refinished, to keep a reminder of the old olive green patina, enhanced with gold leaf. Freshly recovered with chocolate … Continue reading
Bright Accent chair ! Queen Anne armchair redesigned in a heavy jacquard woven fabric, gipsy style. Wood is refinished in a natural look. Design by Sophie
NAUTICAL STAR – Small cubic ottoman with arched legs. Top recovered with printed linen featuring an old map of the World, sides with heavy basketweave recycled cotton fabric, metallic “nautical … Continue reading
Pair of French “fauteuil”, slightly different with refined carvings. Complete restoration: mat faux-white paint, traditional upholstery, recovering with metallic linen and contrasting double cord .
Classic and Frenchy! Small fauteuil, Louis XVI style with lovely carved details, fully renovated in traditional upholstery and refinished with a flax color recycled cotton fabric (thins stripes on front … Continue reading
Lovely antique Victorian rosewood carved chair redesigned in a timeless elegant look. Freshly renovated in a traditional upholstery (see pictures of reconstruction) that provides to the seat comfort and durability. The distressed … Continue reading
Never let your life fade away! Don’t you notice how bright colors make you feel invigorated and positive? I have to confess working with such kind of fabrics provides me a real … Continue reading
French Louis XV Bergère, with removable down cushion. The fabulous white wax from Libéron enhances the wood grain and makes the carving even more elegant. The fabric is a very strong … Continue reading
This low-sitting French armchair with its curved lines is a classic Napoleon III style piece of furniture (fauteuil lambrequin in French). The frame is completely recovered featuring an elegant rolled … Continue reading
High back Queen Anne side chair fully reupholstered with a French printed mattress ticking, 100%cotton… Wood is refinished with antiques wax and black glaze to give it a “smoky” look. … Continue reading
Complete make-over (repainting, stuffing, recovering). One by one nailing finish… that was a BIG one 😉
Lovely Art Deco side chair from Paris (ca. 1920) featuring typical carved roses on the back and columned legs. Traditionally reupholstered. Recovered with striped linen fabric in flax/ lavender tints.
Origin : USA / Love-seat, French Louis XV inspiration ORIGIN : USA- 20th-century – TYPE OF CHAIR : half-sofa (loveseat), French Louis XV inspiration, central medallion and sophisticated carving RENOVATION … Continue reading
Type of chair : french fauteuil, Louis XV style – Makeover : stripping of the wood, whitening with french white wax – recovering with rustic linen fabric, double piping finish.
ORIGIN : France / Type of chair : classic French low armchair commonly called “Crapaud”, (toad in english, due to its shape) featuring a characteristic bump in the low-back area. … Continue reading
For the 10th time since 2013, Tacks and Fabrics will be part of a unique pop-up event dedicated to the French Art de Vivre, promoting French artists and designers. This … Continue reading
Friday Dec. 9 thru Sunday, Dec. 11, the French Ephemeral Boutique Oh-la-la! will be back in Hopewell for a unique, glittering and refined shopping event. Organized by a group of … Continue reading
As a celebration of Spring and right before Mother’s day, a French Ephemeral boutique named “Oh-la-la!” will pop up in the Hopewell Railroad Station, May.6-7. Tacks and Fabrics will be … Continue reading
After 3 years selling French home linens directly to the public on the Princeton Farmers Market (NJ) and through Pop-up sales (Oh la la Ephemeral Boutique), I’ve decided to move … Continue reading
Learn the traditional techniques of upholstery and discover what’s behind the fabric! During this 10 sessions hands-on course, you will learn the step-by-step process of traditional upholstery: deconstruction/stripping of the … Continue reading
Vintage sprinkler with fixed arm, newly wired with vintage look twisted cord, cloth covered. Big antique bulb. Unique piece designed by Sophie
Repurposed vintage garden sprinkler into desk lamp. Distressed blue metallic base with movable arm, brown cloth covered wire, vintage plug and socket. Unique piece! $250- Design by Sophie B.
Vintage garden sprinkler repurposed into desk lamp. Wire is cloth covered and twisted, dark brown color, brand new/ brass light socket with switch/ Edison like smoked bulb. Unique piece, designed … Continue reading
Vintage garden sprinkler with movable arm. Can stand on a desk or be fixed on the wall. Wire is brand new, copy of vintage cloth covered and twisted style, new … Continue reading
A celebration of French fine living is coming to Hopewell Borough Nov.21-22 as an international group of artisans, designers and sellers present Oh-la-la! French Holiday Sale. The sale will feature … Continue reading
The perfect accent chair that will give a boost of color in your home! Heavy Jacquard woven fabric from France, dark turquoise pompom trim. The wood was refinished in a weathered … Continue reading
PRINCETON ADULT SCHOOL FALL 2015 CATALOG- Learn the traditional techniques of upholstery and discover what?s behind the fabric! During this 10 sessions hands-on course, you will learn the step-by-step process … Continue reading
Bentwood highchair recovered with an heavy fabric featuring a French vintage stamp with “La semeuse”. Hemp cord on the edges. Wood was stripped and refinished in a smoky look. FOR … Continue reading
Industrial look for this wall light made of repurposed Squarespray sprinkler. Rewired with cloth covered wire, ceramic socket and vintage bulb. Designed by Sophie
Bohemian spirit for this colorful chair recovered with a mix of different cotton prints and finished with small and large orange pompoms. Sky blue paint. Perfect for a girls desk … Continue reading
During this 18-hour hands-on workshop, you will learn the basic skills used in the upholstery craft and get familiar with the step-by-step process of restoring/redesigning a chair; from stripping down … Continue reading
Perfect for family room, kids playroom or bedroom. Large ottoman recovered’with navy blue solid velvet and american flag chenille fabric . Contrasting covered buttons on each side. Round wood feet in … Continue reading
The next Oh-la-la Private sale will be held on Thursday, Feb.12 at Studio 231, Riverside dr in Princeton. Tacks and Fabrics will present a wide selection of “Beau Linge” from … Continue reading
Redesigned Midcentury armchair. I loved at first sight its simple and thin line! For the rear back and the seat, I chose an heavy tartan fabric from Calico Corners. I added … Continue reading
ORIGIN : USA / Type of chair : Mahogany side chair, Duncan Phyfe style, ca 1940 RENOVATION : stripping, painting, new stuffing, recovering with a blue-beige damask
FRIDAY, NOV. 21st / From 10 am to 5 pm Studio 231 Riverside Dr., Princeton, New-Jersey Oh-la-la Private sale is a relaxing place to get exclusive FRENCH PRODUCTS (jewelries, French food, … Continue reading
From your kitchen to your dining room, enjoy beautiful home linen for your everyday life or formal occasions: tea towels, aprons, runners, tablecloths, napkins… All products are high quality Jacquard … Continue reading
This is an antique Victorian cabinet featuring a large storage with 2 shelves and drawer. I restored the black patina, added a decorative mesh and accessorized with industrial knobs (Paris … Continue reading
Lovely classic pair of Louis XVI armchairs with beautiful carving and elegant medallion. Reupholstered with rustic natural linen, double welting finish.
More than 30 different collectible models (some examples bellow) for these bright and fresh tea towels designed and produced in South of France by Tissage Moutet. 100% cotton. $21. Too … Continue reading
Chairs don’t talk, but if they could, maybe they’d ask for more attentions! I am here in case you need a mediator 😉 All the best to you and your … Continue reading
This classic Louis XV style armchair was in excellent conditions… regarding the frame I should say 😉 … I presented it “nude” to my future client who loved it at … Continue reading
George Hepplewhite is one of the most famous english cabinetmaker of the 18th century. Hepplewhite’s style and reputation rest on his Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer’s Guide (1788), which contains nearly 300 … Continue reading
This “Bergere à oreilles” is the French version of the American wing chair. This is a beautiful antique classic Louis XVI style, with exposed walnut frame. Traditional reconstruction with fiber … Continue reading
From my workshop -. Classic armchair recovered with “Old Glory” chenille fabric and denim. Tapestry beige eggshell paint. $200
Forget about fancy velvet! let’s play country chic French style with this traditional upholstery look. French stripes, burlap, muslin, blue tacks, hand stitches… this is a 100% natural chair reconstructed … Continue reading
“Millefeuille”,”macarons”, “religieuse au chocolat”… how to resist to french pastries ! Dark green stain with chocolate glaze, french gimp.
I am really enthusiastic to start a new upholstery workshop in October with the Princeton Adult School. Be prepared for a fully hands-on workshop, where you will use hammer, stretcher … Continue reading
Complete make-over based on traditional French upholstery technique : 100% natural materials (burlap, jute twine, cotton batting, cotton muslin, double stuffing – vegetal fibers and horsehair), hand-stitching- The original chair … Continue reading