2.28.2012

White Chair redo

 
 Hi Everyone
Happy Wednesday
Amazing what a little white  can do  
I found a  beat up chair that had great bones but needed a little attention
 the owners were giving it away for 
 Free
{probably due to the dated avocado green material }
sorry no before pic's my Husband started tearing it apart before I could grab the camera

We decided to try to bring it back to Life and give it a good Home

We recovered it with a white matelasse bedspread
 the bedspread was $20 dollars at the same sale

I wanted the chair to be
clean lined with a box pleat and a slightly scalloped edge


The  White matelasse double woven cotton bedspread has a 
beautiful  pattern and a durability that will last for years

{Love}
the turned wood legs
This chair is similar from Wisteria it runs $399.00


♥♥♥


Simple changes that turned out better than I imagined
{I hid the staples}

  linking for White Wednesday
*****A Special Thank You to Kathleen at Faded Charm*****
 for 
her kind words about 
White Ironstone Cottage
 I am a big fan of 
Faded Charm and never miss a White Wednesday party  
Be sure and pop over and join in the fun

romantic saying for today
"I want you no more than a heartbeat away"
unknown


Pam

17 comments:

  1. Oh my word you did ana AMZING job with that chair!

    I cannot even believe how awesome it is~!

    WELL DONE!!!!!

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  2. That is amazing. What a little creativity and very little money can do. You did a great job--I love it!

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  3. That is beautiful, Pam! You did a great job! I'm glad you showed a close up so that we could see the lovely pattern.

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  4. Thanks for letting me feature you today and I love how your chair turned out. I have recently purchase two chairs that have great bones, but need recovering. I wish I knew how to do it myself because it sure would be cheaper:-) Yours is so lovely!

    xoxo
    Kathleen

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  5. What a fabulous job! You are like a professional! Gorgeous fabric and the vignette is really pretty! Thank you for the inspiration! Hugs, Leena

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  6. How amazingly talented you are! Love the finished product it is beautiful. Thanks for sharing. Cheers SpecialI XoXo

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  7. What a great job! and a great idea for the fabric, too.

    TFS!

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  8. looks great. do u have a before photo?

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  9. That turned out great.That fabric is perfect.What a great find!

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  10. Pam, you did a fabulous job on that chair!! Very professional looking. I have that same material on my PB couch and one and half chair and I love it-so durable!!

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  11. It is beautiful! You did a great job.
    Katie

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  12. Man I wish you were my across the street neighbor...love chairs and that chair is cool

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  13. What a beautiful job on the Chair.Love it.
    Happy WW.
    XO Marie

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  14. Shannon@Cozy Home ScenesMarch 1, 2012 at 6:24 PM

    I am so envious ( admiring) of your talent of turning plain things into wonderful things of beauty. Your home is simply beautiful and looks like a comfortable place to live. I like the fabric you chose for the chair. My sofa is covered in the same fabric but different color and wears very well. Good job all around!!--------- Shannon

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  15. Your chair is MUCH nicer than the one from Wisteria!

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  16. Hello Pam, I just came over from White Wednesday! I LOVE your chair! It looks wonderful and I love the matelasse! I am you newest follower!
    Maria
    www.rustyhinge.blogspot.com

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