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Kids Wooden Table and Chair: Guest Remodel

06 August 2010

Lucy at Fly Away Home has had quite the fun with this kids desk and chair project.

I finally finished my little project I have been blogging about for weeks.
Really, it was, just a small project.
Somehow, I ended up with way too many "redo's".
My daughter needed a new desk for school.
Not wanting to pay the hefty $248 for a new one, I chose to scour the thrift stores.
I found this one for $40. 

Before

I have never had an issue with spray paint - until now -  and, we won't go there.
I ended up sanding it down and repainting with a brush.

Below is the result after 3 coats of glossy black.

I purchased the chair below from Rooms to Go Kids for $39.

Before

After

Look a tiny bit different?

My husband built and added arms.
What you see is the 
second set of arms.... I changed my mind on the style of the first ones.
(Luckily, I have a very understanding husband)


My 
third "redo" was the cushions........
Using leftover fabric from my sewing room remodel (post for another time),
I made the back cushion and was not happy with the fit, soooo....
yep, made another.


 Just for fun, I added buttons to the back.

And I am DONE!

Fantastic!  I love what you did with that chair.  What do you all think about her many redo's?

7 comments:

Tales From My Empty Nest August 6, 2010 at 1:26 PM  

What an adorable desk and chair!! Love the added touches on her chair cushions. The buttons and the monogram. And I always love toile fabric. Sorry you had trouble with the spray paint. Love & blessings from NC!

Megan August 6, 2010 at 1:57 PM  

The buttons are a fun little touch. Details like that make a project really special.

LilPeach (aka Laura) August 6, 2010 at 2:28 PM  

Love this re-do...and to answer your question: It takes what it takes. Would have liked to see the versions she rejected. Ü

FlyAwayHome August 6, 2010 at 3:09 PM  

I am so honored, excited and just plain thrilled that you chose my little project to feature on your site. Thank you so much. You have THE best site ever!

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