Can You Spare a Chair?

Furniture and Cabinetry Redouxs

  1. Darcie says:

    Gorgeous! The combination of the paint and fabric is magnifique.

  2. Sheila says:

    Love the chair! I’ve yet to “discover” a place like that with so much selection here in the Atlanta area, although I know they exist. But then, I remember the old saying that the search is two-thirds of the fun in hide and seek. Thanks for the inspiration!

  3. debbiedoos says:

    I love the cane backing Karen…it is awesome. You always find the goods..and at this point you sure know how to wheel and deal. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Hetty says:

    Love the chair! Many thanks for sharing the details!

  5. they look great! i’ll have to check out that transfer method.
    What an awesome warehouse also! i’d love to spend some time there!
    Fiona xx

  6. Jayne says:

    That chair looks fantastique!!! Love the finish of the paint 🙂

  7. oh Karen! they are gorgeous! you did a fabulous job…as always! 😉

  8. Wonderful job, the chair is beautiful. That looks and sounds like a great place to shop, I could spend hours in a place like that!

  9. Kelly Duhon says:

    Love it! We have yet to try CeCe Caldwell’s paint. You make me want to! I promise to try soon. Our usual work is walls and cabinets but LOVE refinishing furniture! We have our usual routines but have added Annie Sloan’s Chalk Paint and Faux Effect’s new Old World Finishing to the mix. I think we will give CeCe Caldwell’s line a go on our next furniture project.

  10. Nina says:

    Love it!

  11. Susan says:

    You lucky lady… Getting to go antiquing on your birthday 😉 seriously the chair is beautiful, great job! Found you at Elizabeth & Co.

  12. Judy says:

    I absolutely love the chair. The cane back is beautiful. Thanks for sharing at DIYByDesign.

  13. Beth H. says:

    How funny,,,,I just got the exact same chair a few weeks ago. 5 bucks! Did the same CeCe’s white but reupholstered in a purple velvet (it was going in a teen girls room). I loved how it turned out! Wish I could find
    some other ones. Nice to see how yours turned out a more vintage look! LOVE.

  14. I’m in love with your chair, especially the legs!!! I’m so happy about your Seinfeld reference. I had thought about posting for Festivus. I would like to air some grievances ;D!

  15. Your chair is lovely….you made it looks like it has some serious stories to tell!

  16. Pamela says:

    Great chair Karen! Thanx for coming to THT!

  17. Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. says:

    What a gorgeous chair Karen! I hope by the time you read this that it’s found a happy new home!

  18. Suffering Husband says:

    It’s real and it’s spectacular!

  19. Tanya says:

    Love the Chair! For the transfer method, did you use an iron, instead of rubbing the image with a spoon? or did you rub first then iron? Thanks! 🙂

    • GTC says:

      Hi Tanya, I think for this chair I used the rubbing method, but later I found that a medium warm iron works far better and way faster. You get a much crisper transfer and it goes fast.

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