Houndstooth Vanity Chair

I know someone's going to be angry about this one!

Yes, the wood was still in good shape, and yes I know I have probably ruined some priceless antique,

but in my defense, I just couldn't help myself.

It was marked as $19.99, but it was half off yellow tags and my lucky day!

I painted it with my homemade white chalk paint and used just the clear wax to finish it.

For the harp detail, I painted it gray, then black, then distressed so the gray would show through.

Little cutie. That houndstooth is just fun! I snagged the fabric from the remnant bin at Joann for $5/yard. It was regularly $24.99/yard! If you need just a small amount of fabric 1-4 yards, you should definitely check out the remnant bin at JoAnn's. It is a treasure chest of fabric!

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  1. Susan Hall says:

    A great up cycle. These old benches aren’t fine antiques, just cute little pieces. Good job! ( second that about Joann’s remnants, also Hancocks)

  2. This turned out WONDERFUL! You know I am in love with houndstooth, right? That’s what I recovered my dining room chairs in. Target has the CUTEST newsboy style (I think that’s what you call it) cap in houndstooth. SQUEAK!

  3. Well I’m not angry, I think it looks awesome!

  4. The chair looks awesome! You did a fabulous job! Thanks for sharing!

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