They all appear to have come
from one business – which according to the back
of some of the chairs was a funeral home.
Since I had so many of them,
I decided I would play around and paint some,
so I painted this one white, distressed it, and added No. 1 to the front.
I thought they would make great chairs for a bride and groom,
so I also added the option to have, “Mrs.” or “Mrs.” put on the
front or back of the top, although I’d be willing to add
other words as well. It’s available HERE.
I wiped off some of the paint on the seat,
allowing the grain of the faux leather to show.
You’ll never guess what I did with another one.
Go ahead, take a guess!
You wouldn’t have to be a great guesser,
to know I created a chalkboard on the
front and back of this one. It looks
similar in style to the chalkboard table
I made and sold – old schoolish.
I painted the seat as well, then distressed
it so it looks like a worn chalkboard surface,
although I doubt you’d want to write where you sit.
I don’t mind some chipped pieces of wood
on pieces like this, because it adds to the overall
aged look, when you distress them and
purposely accent the imperfections.
This chair is available HERE.
The unpainted chairs at the top of the post
are available HERE. I have plenty of them too!
Remember I said I’ve sold a lot of folding chairs?
Well, here are all my past chairs!