Day #3 of Week of Chairs!

Jun 16th, 2010

Day #3
I can’t have a “week of chairs” without including a red one! This wonderful transformation was painted with Krylon Cherry Red and I’m sure you won’t be surprised to find out that the fabric is from JoAnn’s Fabrics in the Home Decor canvas section. :)

Can’t get enough of this one!


  1. Love the RED ! That would look fabulous in my Chef themed kitchen! lOL

  2. Love it! This series is making me want to have the chairs at our dining room table all painted in different colors!

    Mary Ellen

  3. I love this week of chairs!! They're all stunning but this is my fav so far!!

  4. AH! Loving these knobby chairs. Jealous for SURE! I loooove that Ivy Leaf color in the last post. I recovered a wingback chair and posted it on my new crafty blog… the new blog is incase you're interested:)

  5. That is incredible! I never cease to be amazed what a little spray paint, fabric and elbow grease can do. Love it!

  6. I love the colors you've chosen to paint the chairs but I'm curious about the fabric. Is there a specific reason why you are matching with the chair color and not using a multicolored fabric to go with all of them? Either way super cute!

  7. I really like the colors. I have my own chair transformation.

    let me know what you think! thanks!

  8. LOVE the red! I think it looks amazing!

  9. LOVE the red. I've never done furniture, but I'm almost ready to try. I'm imagining a set of chairs with bubble legs, antiqued paint, and red and black fabric.

    Oh, and please post a picture at the end with all of the chairs together.

  10. I'm with Sarah… I LOVE the paint colors but I'm not a big fan of the matchy matchy fabric. But- you have definitely shown how easy it is to transform furniture with just a little paint! Well done.

  11. I love this!!!

  12. This is my favorite of the chairs. I love the red color. But to be honest I hate the fabric. All of the fabrics on the chairs have been too matchy matchy. You should pick something that compliments the chair and doesn't take away from it the way these fabrics seem to do.

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