Lyre, Lyre

It’s only fitting that a harp-backed chair should have a musically-themed makeover, yes?  Jessy from Where the Wild Things Grow thought so, so she paid $3 for this chair, added a clef note and now this chair really sings!  Ok, that was corny, I’m tired today.  This chair was an extra special find for Jessy, who used to be an Alpha Chi Omega, and one of their symbols is a lyre!  I was never in a sorority, if I had a symbol that represented my college years, it would probably be a pizza box.








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  1. Love this chair!

  2. My great aunt had those same chairs. :)

    I love the music themed seat cushion – really nice touch.

  3. Love the chair!

    If I had a symbol that represented my college years, it would probably be a Del Taco mild sauce packet.

  4. I *love* it! Clever idea.

  5. Great re-do! I love it!!

  6. I absolutely love the style of that chair. Gorgeous!

  7. Oh Holy Guacamole, I am in love with this chair!!!!

  8. LOVE the chair redo! However, I gotta kindly correct your description of “clef note”. The seat actually has a musical staff with a treble clef on it. No notes…maybe that’s for the next chair redo :-) (Hey what can I say, I majored in music and after a lifetime of doing that, went to design school…LOL!)

  9. Love that chair! Nice job.

  10. OH.MY.GOSH! I love that chair! So clever and unique!! Awesome! :) (I’m a music lover, can ya tell?)

  11. This is actually a Duncan Phyfe chair. The lyre is is a trademark of his.

  12. I am an Alpha Chi Omega and I love that chair! What a find!

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