A few weeks ago, I spied this ugly chair in the borrow pit close to my house. I thought "that chair could be cool, but someone probably will be back for it when they realize it fell out of their car"
Then a couple days later my husband said "hey did you see that chair on the side of the road?"
Me "Yes, I did"
Husband "Why didn't you get it?"
That was enough for me! I picked it up later that day.
Needless to say, this chair was ugly. It was rusted, the wood was horrible. The bolts were a painted yucky mess. It was bad!
I didn't care. If the chair didn't survive, oh well...right? It would be sad, but, it was free! Its all about taking a chance and not looking back!
I couldn't believe how good the frame looked when I got it back from powder coating!
It was like a new chair already!
Next, I found some cute +Michael Miller Fabrics at +Hobby Lobby that I thought would work perfectly. I was wanting a large, bold, fun print. I still wasn't sure what the chair would be used for (either a desk chair for my oldest, or for a punch of color on my front porch, I still don't know!)
*you can see a bolt missing...my husband stripped it...oops*
I am SOOOO in love with the way this chair turned out! It is to die for, and it is actually comfortable! Win-Win
Hey! If you love this chair, do you mind using this picture to pin to your favorite board? I would be forever grateful!