In fact, it was hard to keep two feet on the ground.
I did know this was the chair I would feature.
My initial impression of this chair didn't begin so grandly. I found it at a local yard sale, initially passing by it for items that immediately caught my eye. But something kept me coming back to it; it was sturdy, with lovely turned legs, multi layer peeling yellow and green paint. Not to mention the dirty old 70's green and yellow flower fabric it had on the seat. Actually, no. That was not what kept me coming back to it. I am sorry I didn't get a before picture with the fabric. If I had, I am sure you would be quite impressed with my ability to see a bit of potential.
I re-"Graced" the chair, scraping off the chipping paint, but not sanding it smooth. Instead, I used the texture of the multiple prior paint layers to add some texture while repainting and help add to the aged look. A swatch of vintage ticking fabric and new batting completed the look.
My work space is a good indication of the styles I like to blend; painted vintage pieces, time worn wood, vintage ticking stripes,
an industrial vibe from the old file cabinet and stamp holder, and classic white wainscoting. The One Kings Lane French Walnut armchair seems to have the most I'm common with my chair.
Regardless of your style, or if you even know your style, start with the One Kings Lane Chair Style Guide. All the elements I like in my work space are available in the many chair options One King's Lane offers; vintage, painted, industrial, classic, and yes, turned legs. The Scarlett Swoop Arm chair and the Marais chair both differ from my chair, but still would fit my overall style! Take a look…what is your chair style?
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This is not a paid post. My opinions are mine. And I had a great time checking out all the great styles!