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Bar Stool Makeover

Hi all, this week I have another makeover. Last week's post was a chair makeover, this week it's bar stools. Here's a little history of how I acquired the bar stools. I have a friend named John who owns a thrift store. One day, while shopping in his store I purchased a beautiful 1920's sleigh bed. As I was leaving John informed me that he had a gift for me, since I purchased the bed. My response was, "for little ole me". As he scurried to the back of the store I WAS SO EXCITED and I couldn't wait to see what the gift was. When I saw the bar stools I was SPEECHLESS!!!!!! They were WICKED NASTY! But how could I resist them, they were a gift with purchase (free). And besides they had  great potential.
 
 
 
 
 
I brought the stools home and got busy. First, they had to be disassembled. Next, I scrubbed and scrubbed and scrubbed, so much so I was dizzE (dizzy). lol! I was in such a state of shock, I forgot to take a picture of the seat cushions. Trust me, you don't want to know.
 
 
 
I painted the stools black and upped the ante by covering the cushions in a zebra print fabric.
 
 
SOMEBODY SCREAM!!!!!!!
 
 
The foot rails got in on the action with a couple of coats of bronze spray paint. Finally, the bar stools were placed in their new home. (kitchen) Kitchen reveal in a later post.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Let's give it up for a gift with purchase.
 Would you have brought these stools home or not?
Thanks for stopping by!
 
2 Your Home,
 
Lory

Comments

  1. I probably would have taken then and said ohhh, thank you with a smile but when I got home, I would have put them next to the road. I would have thought, "what in the world do I want with these nasty chairs". I tell ya, you would make one think twice before getting rid of anything they can get their hands on. The stools are awesome. Be Blessed.

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  2. Never under estimate the power of sweat equity. By choosing to revamp a piece you can achieve a high end look for less. The total cost for the barstools $0. So think twice before throwing items out on garbage day!

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  3. I see you're still "unbreaking" stuff. Great transformation.

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  4. Thank you. Old habits die hard.

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  5. Great job! love the choice of fabric too!

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