8 Chair Makeovers For Cheap

This weekend’s syndicated blog is courtesy of curbly.com, and with the help of DiggersList.com, more of a hybrid. I thought I’d meld the following how-to from flea market finds with DiggersList finds to help you get a jump-start on this project! So, check out the listings below, pull out your hand-sander, paint and brush, hand stapler, and some fab-o fabric to makeover a chair or two or eight!

8 Flea Market Chair Makeovers

By: Diy maven

created at: 01/24/2011

Makeovers. Even if the end result doesn’t appeal to my tastes, I still adore ogling them. Case in point, here are a plethora of flea market chairs that got the makeover once over, not all of which would suit my decor but each and every one are inspiring. Plus, they make be want to head out to my local flea markets REAL BAD.…Continue Reading

Below are chairs that can be made-over as shown on today’s blog. Click photos to view listings:

Queen Ann Arm Chair-$120

Metal framed chairs-(entire set) $95

Padded Chairs ($TBA)

Antique style Children’s Chair-$50

Birch Mission style chair-$15

Round-backed end chairs (set with table)-$495

Office chairs with padded fabric-$50

Rocking Chair-$29

Antique Cain Chair-$100

Skaie Knox

Written by Skaie Knox

Decor/design nerd, freelance writer, and the Editor-in-Chief/Curator for the HomeJelly blog and soon-to-open, HomeJelly shoppe. Skaie is also a published singer/songwriter and kid's book author. She was voted "Class Clown", and is a rescue dogs crusader.

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