It's finally Fall! It's been a long, hot summer, and now that the cooler temperatures are here I can finally walk my dogs (Gracie, Charlie and LuLu). It's a good thing since they were starting to get a bit pudgy.
We have a busy month ahead of us with my daughter getting ready for her Homecoming dance: new dress, shoes, jewelry, spray tan, hair, and nails done ... it's enough to break the bank. So I decided it was time for me to start on some more of my furniture pieces so mama could make a little money.
First on my agenda were these beauties:
I found this set of five chairs at a yard sale this summer. They were in good shape, but they looked dated -- and those green cushions had to go.
I painted them with a black, chalk-based paint followed by several ivory coats (this went much better than the last set of chairs I did).
Once they were dry, I distressed them so that the black would show through.
I then found this super cute fabric on clearance, and I knew it would be perfect for these chairs. I attached the fabric with a staple gun, making sure to pull the fabric snuggly ... and Voila!
They look brand new!
I hope you all have a great Halloween! I will see you next month!
If you would like to see anymore of my furniture or craft projects, please come visit me at Restoration Redoux!
Wow, those chairs were so dull before, what a gorgeous transformation!!!
Love the new look! Nice job!!
They are so pretty. I love transformations, and this doesn't disappoint.