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Kitchen Nook Transformation

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When we moved into our house, 2 years ago this month, my parents purchased us a table and chair set from Craigslist to fit into our new little breakfast nook.  I loved the lines of the table, but never really liked the chairs.  The table & chairs were oak stained and the chairs were very “country” in style.  So, for the last 2 years I’ve been wanting to change it up a bit and FINALLY this last month I’ve gotten it complete it.  A couple months ago I found 6 FREE chairs on craigslist.  The chairs were in need of some repair ~ some wood glue,  foam &  fabric and they were a new creation.  Check out these beauties!
Aren’t they pretty??? The chairs were pine colored.  I lightly sanded them, painted them black, lightly distressed them & poly’ed them up.  I did 1/2 of the chairs with this cute green & brown polka-a-dot fabric and the other 1/ 2 in a solid espresso brown fabric.
You can see in the pic above what the table looked like pre-make-over.
And here she is in all her crisp white glory…

I did the same process with the table ~ sand, paint, distress & poly’ed.
Here’s a view of her lovely legs… my favorite feature of my table.
 

I can say that I finally am loving my little kitchen nook.  
It’s amazing what a little paint can do.
I’m linking up with Kimba’s DIY Day.  
Go over and check out all the other lovely projects.

Edited… I’m joining Shabby Chic Cottage’s Transformation Thursday… there’s some amazing transformations being shared… go check them out! 

The Shabby Chic Cottage

16 Comments

  1. way cute! Our chairs are black now and I'm thinking of painting our table white too. Now I can see what it'd look like, thanks!

    And thanks for stopping by the other day 🙂

  2. I just love polka dots! The cushions are just adorable! Luck you to have a pedestal table- I am on the look out for one as my chairs dont fit under my table good because of the legs getting in the way!

    blessings
    mary

  3. Wonderful job! I am always slow to start something like that, and once I get done, I think, "Why did I wait so long??" I love it!

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