Monday, May 7, 2012

A New Life For This Vintage Ladies Chair

The hunt has been on this last year - if not longer - to find a companion for Ole Bess (my vintage vanity).
At long last I have found the perfect partner!

I picked up two yes that’s two chairs for less than the asking price of one, a girl simply must learn to wheel and deal!

The fabric was very tattered and the little seat had the saggy bottom blues. Nonetheless this little lady called out to me saying take me home and show me some love, that’s just what I did!

All cleaned up - now for a couple coats of love :)


DIY Video:

Thanks for stopping by :)

Never fear updates coming soon!


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    1. I am looking forward to sharing when the upholstery is complete, thank you!

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