Wednesday, July 23, 2014

The Painted Chair

My children really need to start their own blog!
It seems more and more often I post projects that they have created. This is another one of those posts.

My daughter, Carrie, wanted this chair for her room...
 Really?!!!
I asked her what in the world she was going to do with it. Of course, she's like her mother and can't leave anything alone!
She said she was going to paint it.
I'm not one to stifle creativity, so of course I bought it for her.

Here's the finished product...



It turned out fantastic!


She used acrylic paint and watered it down just a tiny bit.
I'm sure fabric paint would work also.
I shared this on Facebook and someone told me that you can wax over it to soften up the paint a little. It is a little stiff, but then again, so are wooden chairs, so it doesn't bother Carrie. And it's her chair after all!

So, if you have a chair and are afraid to try upholstery...
paint it!
 Pin It

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25 comments:

  1. Amazing! What a great redo! And your daughter made it, so that's even more awesome!

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  2. Wow ~ creativity runs in the family!! Excellent work!

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  3. Now you tell Carrie, that is one "cool" chair!!! Looks like she might need a blog:)

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  4. Hey artsy (not sure what your real name is), I discovered your post over at the linky party on bloomdesignsonline.com I absolutely love what you've done with this chair. How long did it take you to complete? It could also be cool to use a stencil of a portrait. Thanks for sharing this artsy idea!
    Anyhow, I hope that you’ll check out my latest project here (http://youtu.be/uhRB1PmO61A) and let me know what you think. All the best.
    http://www.LOVEMEYEART.com

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  5. So wonderful! What a beautiful mix of patterns!

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  6. It's gorgeous, I would put up with sitting on a chair with slightly stiff fabric if it looked as good as this - Or just put it in the corner and look at it's loveliness!

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  7. Wow! what a pretty transformation! It will make a beautiful statement in any room. Your daughter did an awesome job...a lovely way to express your creativity :)~hugs, Poppy

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  8. Wow!!! I'm in love with that chair. It's amazing.

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  9. This is just fantastic! You have one talented daughter!

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  10. I think Carrie needs to fire up a painting upholstery biz. This chair is out of this world amazing! Featured on this weekend's Party Junk. :)

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  11. LOVE THIS! And I happen to have that same wing chair in mauvish pink so I know what I'll be doing with it for my turquoise and red living room.

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  12. that is INCREDIBLE, so inspired! i've painted furniture before, but didn't think about watering down the paint, gotta try that for next time!

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  13. Holy Buckets thats awesome! I pinned this to our talent board!! Thanks for sharing on DIY Sunday Showcase!!!

    Shelly @minettesmaze

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  14. This is crazy wild, I love love love it!
    Jenna

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  15. That is wonderful! ...I love her creativity!

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  16. Wow! That is fantastic! Was it a consignment chair to start with? It reminds me of a McKenzie/Childs piece (that would probably cost thousands of dollars). I saw your post over at A Stroll Thru Life's blog party.

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  17. It's a gorgeous masterpiece and such an amazing transformation. Love it! Stopping by from Charm Bracelet Diva via the blog tour.

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  18. Wow! i love this fun and festive chair! Super creative. Good for Carrie!! :)
    xox, Crystelle
    CrystelleBoutique

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  19. Oh wow! That is one fabulous chair! I love all of the bright colors and the fact that it's a one-of-a-kind made by your daughter makes it even more special! You're right....she needs her own blog!

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  20. I'm interested in what they mean by "waxing over it"? What kind of wax?

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