Chair Love Inspiration

July 8, 2009 at 3:21 pm (Inspiration) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

I am in the process of working on a few chair projects for the shop.  So, this week’s chair love is a compilation of some funky chair makeover inspiration! 

“Tie Chair Ala Alabama Chanin,”  by smoothepebble.  I just love these woven tie chairs, especially the ones with the dangling ends!

“Painted Chair,” by kimhas6cats.  So bright!

“Design Sponge Table Chair Redo,” by thirtyeight20.  Awesome fabric choice, and, I love love that ghost table!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/kadde/3461793398/

 “Fav Chair,” by k*8.  Again, great fabric gives this old chair a new life.

“Repurposed Chairs Make Laundry Bench,” by jgrnly.  I have an idea for a bench of chairs, but a bit fancier…

“Chair Project 1, ” by Le Silly.  Collage on a chair can be really funky and unique.

Well, for now I hope this gives everyone some inspiration… I definitely have my wheels turning!

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1 Comment

  1. emily kate at thirtyeight20 said,

    Wow, I just randomly wandered onto your blog this morning — and happened to notice that you had posted something from my inspiration files on Flickr! Small, small little blogging world.

    Here is the original Design*Sponge post about the octopus chair: http://www.designspongeonline.com/2008/10/before-and-after-michelles-chair.html

    Sadly, I didn’t come up with the idea – but isn’t that chair and table combo great?

    I’m also digging those tie chairs. I think I’ll be hitting up Goodwill this weekend to check out their tie selection… Thanks for the idea!

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