Chair Superpost!


Buckle your safety harnesses, because it’s chair-overload-o-rama-a-palooza time!












First up is another great redo from Shelley at Slipcovers by Shelley! Green damask, I heart you!








 
























Megan at Meg and Mum’s transformed a trio of ho-hum chairs into loveliness cubed. I’m diggin the birds! A lot more before and afters over on her blog too.









 

























Ronda went with red to add some pizazz to her croffice…which I think is what you get when your office and craft room have a baby. See it on her blog Little Mills Kingdom.

















 












 Debbie added her signature style to this old chair as a gift to her mother. Isn’t she sweet? Maybe someday my daughter will make me chairs too instead of wiping her nose on me, which is what I usually get. I love the combination of fabrics here.








 



























Heather from Tallgrass Design took a reupholstery class and came out with this beauty for her final. I give it an A+!































Jennifer from Always in Wonder took her first stab at reupholstering and recovered this heavily tufted chair with a simple lavender velvet. Looks great with the wicker insets removed, amiright?




























“If beds can have skirts, when why not chairs?” Chelsie probably thought to herself right before she made this most adorably girly chair.
























She remade this one too!





 










 








 And here is the grand finale from Karen at Redoux, who lovingly redid this chair with layer after layer after layer after layer of silver spray paint. Supposedly it should not only last but age nicely too! Well done everyone! Take a bow! Or a seat!








 












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Comments

  1. Ooooo – love them ALL!! =-D

  2. That last chair is absolutely beautiful!!

  3. Love all of them!!

  4. FUN!!! Really love the red re-do. And seriously, I heart anyone that can reupholster anything. I can barely get something to hold tight on cardboard with a gluegun. I fear whole stuffed chairs just aren’t in my future.

  5. FUN!!! Really love the red re-do. And seriously, I heart anyone that can reupholster anything. I can barely get something to hold tight on cardboard with a gluegun. I fear whole stuffed chairs just aren’t in my future.

  6. FUN!!! Really love the red re-do. And seriously, I heart anyone that can reupholster anything. I can barely get something to hold tight on cardboard with a gluegun. I fear whole stuffed chairs just aren’t in my future.

  7. Thanks so much for your blog. I’d enjoy it for the pictures alone, but your witty commentary makes it doubly fun. Well done! (and do you mind please imagining that I wrote something really entertaining right about here?…Thanks!)

  8. Love all the diversity of what you can do with a humble chair. Thanks for including me!

  9. ma sono bellissime!!!!
    che belle queste sedie!!!
    il tuo blog è fantastico!!!!!
    un abbraccio
    smile

  10. What wonderful chairs! I have one that needs some love here, need to give it a try myself. :)

    I left an award for you on my blog. If you don’t “do” awards, that is fine, just wanted you to know about it.

    I always enjoy reading your posts, they always make me smile! or laugh. LOL.

  11. I don’t usually comment here ~ I comment on the blog that you are featuring that day. But, just wanted to say that I LOVE your blog ~ I have to check it several times a day to see if you have posted.

    Thanx <3

  12. LOVE what Ronda did with the RED on her chair re-do!! NICE!!!!

  13. Thanks for featuring my chairs Lindsey! :) :)

  14. The tutu chair! I died.

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