Project Feature: Revamping a Small Sofa

Good Morning!

This morning I’m featuring a project I completed last year for my good friend Amber.  She had a small two-seater sofa that she slip-covered many years ago.  She likes the size because it fits well in her living room. She looked at a condo-sized couches to try replace it with something that would fit, but they were more expensive because they were “specialty”.  So, she asked me not only to reupholster her sofa it but rebuild the shape into what she wanted.  And what she wanted was tufts. Creating a new shape from scratch can be challenging, but I’m pretty happy with the result.  I mean seriously – who doesn’t love tufts?

Here is the before sofa with the slipcover….

before 1 And this is the lovely fabric underneath….yep, I know, SUPER snazzy fabric…

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA And here it is post transformation! after 3-AS

After 1

after 5-AS after 4 - AS

And one final before and after….

before and after - amber tufted sofa - blog Big improvement on the original. What do you think?  Do you like the transformation?

If you are thinking of having one of your pieces transformed, email me and I’ll be happy to give you a quote!

Have a great day!





  1. Wow!!! That is beautiful!

  2. Stunning

  3. What an awesome transformation!!!

  4. Holy transformation! That’s beyond incredible! Amazing job 🙂

  5. Amazeballs! Wish it had looked like that on Huron!!

  6. Nice job !

  7. Wow it’s gorgeous, great job!

  8. Ms Behaviour says:

    Pick me! Pick me! My poor old couch had a run in with a big dog and it needs a little LG TLC.

  9. Wow!! amazing job, it looks incredible and like a completely different piece!

  10. GASP!!!! You, my dear, amaze me. (PS I will happily shop for you.) xo

  11. Of course I love it Linds – and I get to look at it every day! Thanks for helping to rebuild and recreate this little couch and vastly improve the style of the couch and our living room!

  12. What a great transformation! I have a chair in my bedroom with your name on it. Just need to find some fabric and some budget to get it done 🙂

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