Monday, July 29, 2013

Chelsea's Chairs

Good Monday morning ! Hope you had a great weekend ! My daughter is buying her first house, she closes this Wednesday ! She is very excited.. We have been going to church rummage sales , estate sales and thrift shops, buying things to fix up for her new home.. We got 4 of these pretty chairs at a church rummage sale for $15.00 each.. they are sturdy chairs from a bank in town ( they had a sticker with the banks name on them)
She is going with a beachy color scheme in the kitchen ,family room ,dining room areas.. so she painted them this pretty green color. She used Behr paint and primer mixed with plaster of paris and water to make chalk paint..It took 2 coats but they look amazing !


You can see the ugly fabric that used to cover the seats in this photo.. She used a soft paisley print that has a couple colors of aqua, light greens and tan..The fabric came from Joann Fabrics. For the chairs , the paint and the fabric it was under $90.00 ..

This is the table that she will use with the chairs. We got this oak table at a different church rummage sale and painted it off white.. I will show more photos of her dining are when she gets settled in. There is some work to be done in her new house.. she's putting wood floors in , and she needs a new sliding glass door and of course painting the walls and trim.
I am working on the August Country Cottage Needleworks cottage .. Love how it looks on the evenweave fabric .. so glad I took the plunge !


Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads said...

Hi Priscilla,
Thanks for visiting and leaving your comment about the burlap topiary. Your daughter's chairs are so pretty with the greens and blue colors. I am still amazed with the ability of paint to transform anything!

Mary Ann said...

Gosh, your daughter is so talented, the chair color is amazing and the seats look beautiful! I hope she'll find a lot of happiness in her new house.

Kris said...

I love the chairs! I love the new blog look, and love your new cross stitch!!!
xo Kris

Petunia Pill said...

Wonderful shade of the DIY chalk paint idea! Meant wait to see the room when it's put together!

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

Great color on the chairs, they look fabulous. Thanks for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

Barb said...

You all are finding some wonderful bargains!! The chairs look so pretty!I had not seen the August Cottage. Your stitching is lovely!

Carol said...

What an amazing transformation on those chairs... You and your daughter make a great team. I sure wish I had a daughter to do stuff like that with :)

Lovely progress on the August cottage, Priscilla--so glad you're enjoying the look on evenweave, too!

Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson said...

Priscilla, I love the chair color and the fabric! Can't wait to see the set all together. Your little Aug. house stitching is precious. Thanks for sharing with SYC.