Recliner and footstool
This wonderful steampunk-styled 1940s recliner in beech with matching footstool is upholstered with densly-painted hand-dyed linen. Jo has written a blog on how she paints and dyes the fabric here.
Jo just completed a self imposed 100 days of black and white challenge. Posted on Instagram she works on paper with watercolour, pens and stuff.
Upholstered by Johanna
At first glance you might be forgiven for thinking that my chairs are finished with printed fabric, however, this is not the case. Each is upholstered using unique fabric which I have created by painstakingly drawing the design using traditional hand-dyeing techniques.
Each chair is an individual work of art.
They are period chairs which have all been lovingly reworked/upcycled to the highest standards with top quality upholstery materials and using sustainable options where possible. A surprise hand-dyed bottom cloth is also a unique feature of my chairs.