Quick Chair Makeover

December 18th, 2011 in member junk     
shamrockerin shamrockerin, member
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Sorry I do not have a before pic of this chair, but it was nothing special. plain wood, kinda dirty.

 

I painted it white at first, but it looked too plain. Yesterday morning I got bored so I decided to give it a new look. The color is called Key Lime and I am hoping to find a colorful cushion to go on it.


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Comments (7)

shamrockerin writes: Daisy- I rarely sand or prime. I know you're supposed to, but I usually dont sand unless I am trying to strip the wood to its natural finish or unless the paint is already flaking off.

Posted: 10:55 am on January 8th
Daisy writes: I painted an old chair this weekend as well. I tried to sand most of it first. I wanted to ask you, if you don't sand all the original stain, will the paint peel off? It's sure a PAIN to sand these chairs. I wonder if I can just spray primer on top then use my paint. I would love your advice :-) Posted: 9:47 am on January 3rd
gamecockchic writes: I have a chair almost just like this one that I redid too and I love it! Maybe a bright colored cushion in a stripe pattern. Love this color! It's a happy color. Posted: 4:23 pm on December 19th
suewhitney writes: Great shade...can't wait to see the cushion! Be sure to share...

Be Well,Sue Posted: 7:28 am on December 19th
gadgetsponge writes: Great color. It really pops! Good luck on your cushion. Posted: 6:49 am on December 19th
shamrockerin writes: Thanks! I have another one just like it that I am also going to give a makeover. I think another nice bright color would be good. Posted: 4:36 pm on December 18th
JunkArchitect writes: I think it's the perfect color for this style chair.

Jim
Posted: 2:44 pm on December 18th
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