I purchased this wonderful chaise and decided to restore it.
The legs are not reattached yet.
If you recognize this, please let me know the manufacturer.
I loved the thick, celadon, woven material that covered this chaise. I can just imagine some sophisticated child saying, "this will update my old furniture" and I can see a parent helping her.
I could see the original material underneath. After debating what to do and because the green covering was unravelling I decided to remove it. I carefully pulled and tugged it off. Then I used rubbing alcohol to dissolve the remaining glue holding it to the couch. Somehow the adhesive under the originl covering was not affected. The original material seems to be silk and quite strong.
Because it is red, that is the main color I am choosing for the corresponding furniture I am collecting to go with it. My new passion is DDR furniture in the 60's 70's eras.
So I have discovered Babel Fish on google, I can translate fragments of language! Love it! By the way, what does "Caw!" mean. Caw translates from German to English as... "Caw!"
Oh, P.S. I'm missing. I mean my "Colette" doll who is my alter ego is missing. I will have to check with my 3 year old granddaughter. We found a phone in her dress up trunk the other day when it rang.