It may seem very small, what we home decor/artist/designer types do. But I have a little chair in my basement that makes me feel otherwise.
This little friend.
She was sad, alone, and definitely had seen better days.
I've had those days myself... anyone else?
I picked her up in parking lot of my favorite thrift store and added her to my collection.
Then I got the chance to go to the Country Living Fair in Columbus, OH last fall.
Check out a video here:
AWESOME, btw. You should go. I grabbed up some sweet fabric at one of the booths there (darn it, I can't remember the name. I'll update if I do!) - a laminated cotton with a red and white chevron print. I didn't know where I would use it but who cares?! IT MADE ME SMILE. When I realized it would be perfect to recover my new chair, I went for it. This was an easy peasy project, made oh so simple thanks to the purchase of my electric staple gun. You could probably do it in an afternoon. The chair came apart in two pieces. I simply unscrewed the back piece and then unscrewed the legs from the seat. The original label was still attached, and I love that so I laid it aside. This staple gun has been a lifesaver. (I'm not getting paid to say this - just my experience.)