Jennifer and Friends can slipcover most all furniture styles. We have hundreds of fabrics and trims to choose from. If you have any questions or if you are interested in a custom slipcover, we are just a click away @ jennifer@jenniferandfriends.com.

These chairs were purchased at an auction from a large Seattle hotel. A distressed paint treatment and slipcovers with contrasting piping and buttons gave the c hairs a new look.

Give your traditional wingback new style with a clean white textured fabric slipcover. Fitted to your chair, these slipcovers can be taken off and washed or drycleaned depending on the fabric used. 5 yards of fabric needed.

Trash to treasure is the word for this chair! Look at the difference a bold animal print can make. This chair was almost a trow away, but by using a great fabric and adding a cushion, it can stick around a while longer.

The homeowners were changing the colors in their condo and needed this chair not to be rust anymore. Jennifer gave the chair a whole new look with a crisp natural linen. This large wingback went from Grandma’s old chair to an updated one you would be proud to display in your living room. Seven yards of fabric needed.

This chair and a half went from warn cottage chintz to a traditional solid in an updated color with just 10 yards of fabric.

Do you have an old sofa with good lines, a great feel, but outdated fabric. A slipcover can solve your decorating needs. Jennifer and Friends slipcovers are fitted to each couch and new cushion covers made so it almost looks upholstered. A sofa this size take about 12-15 yards of fabric.

Add some whimsy to your furniture by combining multiple fabrics on one piece. The loveseat uses three red fabrics with different textures, plus black fabric and striped trim. The ottoman uses two different fabrics but keeps consistency with the use of the same trim. Loveseats usually take about twelve yards of fabric.