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Friday, April 22, 2011

Little Chair Redo

Happy Friday!
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 I have had this little chair in my office for a long time. It is small so everyone uses it to sit next to me when I am on the computer. The problem is has an awful red seat! It has been painted white but I never got a chance to reupholster it.

This is the before.....

I sanded it and used a leftover piece of material that I used for my other chair. 
It is more presentable now and really didn't take the much time. I don't know why I put it off!!!!

This is the after.....

I really love this material so I am glad I had a little extra for this chair! This is making me want to redo my whole office! Blogging is creating more work to do!!!!! LOL It really needs a makeover!
But for now I will enjoy the weekend with my family! Happy Easter! Tomorrow I will have the last Easter project I will do....hint: Its yummy!

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Melissa said...

I like it! I featured you for "Featuring You Friday" at The Path Before Me! I hope you will come check it out and I made sure and linked all your pictures to your blog and I added your button also. Thanks for all the great things you post! I have an "I've been featured" button that you could grab too if you want!


That is a much more calming and sophisticated chair. Keep up the good work!

Little Brick Ranch said...

Love this - the red was a bit much but this looks really really good!! :)

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Karen said...

The chair looks great. That is a really pretty fabric. Have a blessed Easter.

Cozy Home Scenes said...

I know what you mean about wanting to redo everything. My mom says the bad thing about she and I looking at so many blogs is that we want to redo the whole house!

Your chair looks so much better, and I love the pattern on the fabric you picked.

SANDI said...

Wow! You did an awesome job.