Mix of yarn-dyed stripes, rattan print and pops of vibrant red

Designer Adam Arnold brags about his work and says that you have never seen slipcovers like the one he is producing.Let’s take a closer look and see what all that about. As a start point he took the Beckman Sofa for it’s shape and because it’s something you can work with very easily.One of the best tailoring experts, Adam Arnold put all his attention and skill into creating a patterned slipcovers for a particular kind of sofa. This color play and meticulously arranged layer and pattern was actually transformed into a marvelous yarn-dyed covers with vibrant colors and a general playful tone.

I personally like the contrast between hot red and calm, gray and white tones. I also like how the buttons just pop up a little bit from the tufted back cushion.Let me tell you something that nobody will because everything now happens very fast and people very often don’t see the essence in objects. This thing is hand made, and believe me it take a lot to make something like this, approximately 10 weeks, and the quality is just incredible, not to mention the fact that each piece has a little story behind and most of all was made by passionate people for those who can appreciate it. That is probably why, it costs $1,275.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on August 17th, 2012


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