I’ve been playing in spare room again. If you’ve read any of my previous posts, when I decorate I start slow and change my mind and change it up after I live in it for a bit.
Today’s post is about a chair. I’m pretty proud of this because I’ve never done anything like this before. In fact, I free handed the Chevron stripe, no measurements for accuracy of length or width, so it’s a bit abstract. But I like it!
It originally was an old kitchen chair my neighbor gave me. When I updates the spare/craft/guest room last September I painted it just plain ole turquoise. Here’s the befores and after…
Here’s the low down. I first got my trusty blue tape and eyeballed where I would make the stripes. I also added a few random stripes to the back of it.
I used Rust Oleum’s glossy black and added 2 coats, taking the tape off while the chair was still wet. A Saturday afternoon, that’s all it took. Here’s a few more pictures.
I also took a picture of my new chair next to the dresser I updated with duct tape HERE.
Have you been painting any furniture lately?
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