If you look in a dictionary, chances are you’ll see a slipcover defined as: a cover that may be slipped off and on; specifically: a removable covering for an article of furniture, a cover for a sofa or chair that you can remove and wash, or a fitted protective or decorative cover that may be slipped off and on a piece of upholstered furniture, usually made of cloth.
But does it have to cover an article of furniture? I prefer the broadest definition because that’s what Casart offers-slipcovers for your walls. You can cover your wall with it and you can take it off and put it away until you want to use it again.
Dana Linnecke, who creates custom slipcovers in Rochester, New York says, “Some people like to change the look of their rooms with the season having one set of covers for summer and one for winter or change the covers for a holiday theme such as Christmas”
What about pillowcases? They can be removed, cleaned, and reused.
Then there’s the bird cage cover. Is a bird cage a piece of furniture? It is to some bird owners!
Interior designer Lauren Ross paid $75 for a pair of antique chairs and covered the unattractive upholstery with linen she had monogrammed and edged in crisp pleats and ballet-slipper ties.
It’s amazing how a slipcover can transform a lampshade.
Here are some of our “slipcovers”.
If you are tired of fooling with paste, plumb lines and “booking” or paying a professional to install your wallpaper, or if you yearn for a seasonal change of décor but can’t justify the expense of replacing that two-year old zebra stripe that’s just not working, then Casart is the solution for you. Casart offers a new way of thinking about decorating with wallpaper because it isn’t your traditional wallpaper.
The result is a wall covering that is changeable, practical and sustainable because it is reusable resulting in “slipcovers” for your walls.
– Lorre Lei