I’ve got a great little chair makeover to share with you guys. I picked up a sad, worn chair at the Habitat for Humanity Restore. My youngest had outgrown her two little chairs, so when I came across a chair at the Restore for only $2 I scooped it up.
If you’ve been around my blog for a while you know I adore paint. Add some fun fabric to the mix and you’ve got magic.
Of course, you want to see the before…
So sad! Like I said… nothing some paint and fabric can’t fix!
Restore Chair Makeover Supplies
Here’s what I used: (affiliate links included for your convenience)
The base of the chair was spray-painted with Valspar’s Brilliant Silver. It’s a great shiny silver metal spray paint color!
The cane backing was spray painted with Krylon’s Blue Ocean Breeze. Such a beautiful light teal blue.
and I found this adorably cute fabric at Walmart… score! It’s a brushed cotton, so super soft and cozy. Her sister is going to make her a couple of throw pillows with the leftover fabric.
It’s vibrant and colorful…. just like her personality.
Now the thrift store team has been busy this January – check out what they’ve been working on!
$2 Restore Chair from Domestically Speaking
Picture Frame Valentine | Love from My Repurposed Life
Upcycle Thrift Store Finds Into A Candle Holder from Petticoat Junktion
Thrift Store Trash Can Makeover from Our Southern Home
DIY Nautical Trash Can from DIY Nautical Trash Can
Winter Makeover from Sadie Seasongoods
Tin Heart Valentines Day Project from House of Hawthornes