I really like this French "En Corbeille" little sofa. It's only from the 1st half of the twentieth century, but I love the form (I just wish it didn't have those upholstered arm pads); some one has sanded off the painted finish and it almost looks like true natural patina--but it's not--take a close look
And that's exactly what I would have done--I even have fabric in my stash that would be perfect (the toile is so dated)--a dark grey Ralph Lauren Linen with hints of purple.............but there is one HUGE problem: I am being overwhelmed by my inventory and do not have an inch of floor space to spare......and I have a pair of chairs in line to go to the upholsterer already. I am of the conviction that if it can't be on the floor and ready to sell, then do not buy it. It used to be you could have a warehouse of inventory; but no more: styles change so rapidly that what's a hot seller today, might go dead tomorrow.
Well, maybe, if it is super super super cheap, I'll make an attempt.......it does have a great feather cushion??!!
Sending blessings for the day--looks like we will be getting a few very needed days of showers.
Mary, Jones & Cole