Welcome to another ‘here’s one I prepared earlier’ DIY upcycled project post.
As I pointed out before, amidst the chaos of work and preparing for my trip to Greece, I found the time to create or finish a few projects. Just to make myself feel better!
So, I had this old chair. It had a broken back. But the seat and legs were in perfectly good order.
I did what any self respecting DIYer would do – I cut the back off.
Then I painted it many layers of different chalk paints I mixed up myself.
Between coats I gave it a bit of a sanding, to expose the various colours and add interest.
This chair used to have a padded seat so the seat area itself was a big hole. I put in a bit of masonite cut to the right shape. My plan was to buy a thick perspex sheet cut to fit on top and fill the recess with photos and other bits and pieces.
You know how you sometimes order things online that you think you want for a particular project only to change your mind? These glittery angel wings are one of those purchases. I had planned on putting them on my jean jacket but I’m not really a glittery girl… They were sitting in the craft room when I was making up the guest room for friends before my trip.
It was obvious they belonged on the chair/bedside table in the guest room!
The bluey green tones of the chair suit the room perfectly and the wings are just perfect in there.
I’m loving it.
Now back to the beach.