The one that I just finished would probably be a "no-brainer" to most, but it was the first time that I actually dismantled all the cushions and saved the pieces for a pattern. Thankfully, I happened upon Brooke's blog and she had a wonderful tutorial. Her chair was almost identical to mine and having pictures to follow made this process so much simpler! THANKS Brooke!
The absolute worst part about this job was removing the
Like I stated previously, the plan was to make these chairs totally RETRO...bright colors, etc. Sooooooo did not do that! I stumbled upon this fabric before finding anything else that I liked so I decided to build a room around it...a guest bedroom. The before and after pictures were taken in my entry way, because that "said" guest room is being occupied by my daughter Kelli, while she looks for a house to buy.
Anyhoo, to refresh your memory of how the chairs looked before (and let's not forget how much these cuties cost...2 for $21.00)
And after: (ignore the little things you see hanging from the bottom, I have not replaced the stuff on the bottom that covers my craftsmanship, lol)
In case you are wondering...I am doing the second chair differently and not keeping them as a pair. Stay tuned for that makeover...
Not too shabby, huh?!
Got lots of cookies to bake...have a great weekend!
This post linked to:
My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
There's a skinny girl who lives inside of me that's screaming to get out...I can usually shut her up with cookies!