Updating dining room chairs
Before: After: Click here to see more of this table makeover from Celebrating Everyday Life Idea #4: Paint the base, stain the top, and then lightly whitewash the top for a beautifully aged look, like this table from Paint Me White.Before: After: Click here to see more of this makeover from Paint Me White Idea #6: Actually cover the table top with zinc, stainless steel, copper, or any other sheet metal, like this zinc-covered table from Unexpected Elegance.Since I know that probably not everyone wants a cerused dining table, I thought I’d bring you some other ideas (as well as helpful links) to get your creative juices flowing.No need to live with an outdated dining table when there are so many options for updating and making over your table! Idea #2: Paint the table top and the base in different but coordinating colors, like this before and after table makeover from Celebrating Everyday Life.She had great vision coming up with the color pallet to match her decor. I’d love to work with you and help you make your space reflect your taste.Email me at [email protected] please check out my Facebook page.Place the new fabric on the seat and make sure it is centered and smooth. Pull the fabric a little taunt and continue stapling each side from the middle out to the corners.You may want to stick a few straight pins in the top to hold the fabric in place. If needed, use a hammer to push the staples all the way down.
Make sure there is enough overhang to go over the side of the chair, you can always cut excess off later.I feel like each and every one has it’s own personality now, even though they still blend together really well.