Kitchen Chair Makeover
I love the red! It’s a bright pop of unexpected color which is just perfect for my breakfast area.
The chair started out like this – old, creamy and chippy. I love it, but I was ready for something different.
It is super easy to remove a seat cushion. Turn over the chair and you’ll see where to remove screws that holds the seat cushion in place. Pull the screws out and set the seat to the side.
I sprayed this chair within an inch of it’s life. Just fyi, I didn’t sand the chair down before painting it. The little chippy edges intrigue me, so I wanted to keep them around.
While the spray painted chair is drying
I a.d.o.r.e. this fabric that I found at my fabulous local fabric shop – Willow Tree Fabrics! The blue gray pattern and linen nubby texture is just perfect!
Cut a piece of fabric about 2-3 inches larger than the seat on all sides.
If you don’t have a staple gun, please go buy one. I got my staple gun and staples for less than $17 at Lowe’s. Please don’t use an office-type stapler. You will get frustrated and you’ll probably break the stapler. Ha!
Begin stapling on one side, then staple the opposite side while pulling the fabric taut. Fold the corners neatly and staple ’em down.
Did I take a risk? Yes. Am I happy? Yes. I’m excited to see how this room comes together.
I will keep you posted on the breakfast area progress. I’ll just say that there is going to be some fabulous yellow going on soon!
Have you spray painted furniture before?
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Kitchen Chair Makeover This kitchen chair makeover project has been on my to-do list for months. I’m so excited to share with you how easy it is to change the look of a chair with spray paint and
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