If they are not expensive antiques and you like the French country look...paint them with Anne Sloan chalk paint to get that weathered look. There are a bunch of colors in that line. Also, if you don't need the smaller one as a table...put some foam on it, wrap some cool fabric, staple the fabric under the lip of the top and you have a bench/ottoman...
Ideas For Novice DIY-er with Outdated Tables? Good Questions
|4/9/13 5:02 PM|
Definitely take a class or find a tutorial because from the looks of the picture the basic structure needs some reinforcement. It is going to take more than just replacing the fabric. If you are in the Los Angeles area, there's a cool workshop class at ABC Adult Education in Cerritos. Bring your project and the instructor Victor (or any of the other repeat students) will guide you along the way. I take it every semester (as do most of the students) because all the equipment and supplies are right there. BTW this chair would look fabulous in a bold, bright, large floral or ikat print.
DIY Reupholstering Help for Beloved Chair?
|12/5/11 4:10 PM|
I'm with EmBeGee...how'd you rig up that colander light fixture???
Suki's Small Studio in Seattle
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