I began this inspiration board with my painting "woodsy girl" and worked around her. The painting of the seated woman is mine too.
I bought this footstool for $11.50 a few days ago. Lovely isn't it? What you need is a great upholstery fabric ( I bought this remnant at the fabric store for a remarkable $10.00, normally $75 per yard). I have plenty left for another project. You will also need a good staple gun and plenty of staples.
I started by removing tassel fridge. Next, I cut fabric so there was 1 inch over hang. I put one staple on all sides and each corner. Continue all the way around and end with overlapping corners.
This is a little tricky but evenly fold each corner side and staple 3 times to secure.
I disassembled the chair back and legs and removed vinyl covering. Next, I stapled new fabric onto wood seat. Spray-painted all wood parts of the chair, let dry and reassembled. It looks great and has been given a new life.
|super adorable! what do you think?|
Sorry it has been so long since my last post. Must be summer....... but i'm back on track.
My family will soon be leaving for our annual week long beach trip. A nice place in Ocean Isle, NC but this house is adorable. What do you think?
A Warm, Natural, and Modern Beach HouseCreating a home on Shelter Island, New York for his family, architect Cary Tamarkin paired back design ideas to the essentials. He simplified the house by using concrete floors, built-in furniture, and lots of wood. The interior decorating is by their neighbor, designer Suzanne Shaker.
ART TO OUTFIT- PICNIC OUTING