Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Black Wicker Chair - before and after


For $1.00 at a garage sale, I couldn't pass up this chair.

Even if it had 5 cocoons attached to the underside.

Armed with my tools, I got to work. 


When I took all the upholstery off the bottom cushion, I found this tag. It references dates from the 1920s, but that's all I know. 






Chair: $1.00 at a garage sale

Kilz Primer: already had some
3 cans of black satin spray paint: $15
Grey fabric: $20
Hours of work: 6
Total Cost to Refurbish: $36.00 + 6 hours of work





If you're local, she's for sale for $65 on craigslist. Click here


Aloha,
Rebecca

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