It’s time to change the slipcovers from white to henna. I wasn’t planning on making the switch to the fall colors yet but I had no choice. The other night hubby spilled his pop on the white chair, and then says “what do you want me to do with it”. Well, root-beer on a white slipcover just doesn’t go away, I told him they would need to be taken off and changed to a different color. I love all the choices the JCPenny slipcovers come in and I think I have them in every color they make but boy are the a struggle to get on. So after dreading the thought of swapping them out, I made my move and went in search of the henna slipcovers. The color they call henna is the perfect spiced pumpkin color for fall. I always take off the slips and store them dirty and right before I switch colors I throw them in the wash. I have found if you don’t put them on while wet they shrink up enough that you can’t get them back on, it’s a struggle even when they are wet and have a little give to them. I normally swap the 2 chairs out one day and the next day do the sofa. Then I pay for it for 3 days, my hands hurt so bad from all the pulling a tugging, hence the reason I dread changing colors. But in the end after the pain subsides I like the fresh feel a new color gives.
Did you notice beside the chair is sitting the last Fall Flower Bouquet for the year? I think I have about exhausted what is blooming in my garden, from here on out I will have to rely on store bought blooms, or just do without.