What’s a girl to do when she has a ton of pallet wood in her garage? I do have friends who have requested signs—and yes, I’m getting to those! But I have so much of this wood that I know I’ll never use it all and it’s taking up valuable real estate that need to be occupied by chairs. It just so happens that I’ve had problem in my studio. I have two lofts with undersides that are unfinished. I tried to cover it with a thick coat of paint, but I realized quickly that paint would not do the trick. Continue reading “Pallet Wood Ceilings”
Well, it’s that time of year…we are in full mode of Spring cleaning (or we should be!) and you might have stumbled across that ugly antique, vintage, or newer chair sitting in the back of your garage waiting for a makeover. Here’s your chance to win a makeover for that ugly chair!
How? Send me a picture of your desperate chair for the chance to win a makeover. You can either respond to my Chair Whimsy Facebook post with a photo, reply to this post with your photo on Twitter, tag @chairwhimsy with a photo on Instagram, or email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline is Wednesday, so don’t delay. Once I have all the submissions, I’ll select a few chairs and let everyone vote on the ugliest chairs. The chair with the most votes at that time will win the makeover.
*You will need to pack the chair and ship it from your nearest Greyhound bus station, but don’t worry—I’ll guide you through that process and pay for the shipping both ways. Then, I’ll help you decide on paint and fabric for your new chair makeover. And it’s all FREE! What deal, huh? We will finish it off with a big reveal with before and after photos.
So hurry and send me your ugly chair photo and be sure to pass this post along to others that you know who have ugly chairs in need of a makeover, too. Deadline is Wednesday at midnight.
Go UGLY chairs!
What is it about grain sack chairs that appeals to many of us? Is it the feeling of past years gone by—perhaps a bit of nostalgia? Whatever it is, these chairs are more popular than ever. You wouldn’t believe the amount of people contacting me to customize grain sack chairs for their own homes. I’ve done dark frames and light ones with all sorts of color schemes. Continue reading “Loving Those Grain Sack Chairs”
Unless you’ve ever been involved in a photo shoot, you might not think about what it takes to get a that perfect picture. We see this… Continue reading “The Truth about Photo Shoots”
A few weeks ago I spied this dirty old pallet in a nearby junk store. I was so tempted to buy it at just $10, but I left empty handed. After getting home, I realized how I could use it. Some dear friends were getting married and we offered to host the reception at our house. What a perfect sign this would be to greet guests as they arrive! Continue reading “Transforming an Antique Pallet into Art”
I had a dream for a while (although my family thinks I’m crazy) to have an awning in my living room. I do this quite often—I have an idea in my head. When I’m looking for a special piece, often I’m not sure of what I want exactly, but I know that I’ll know it when I see it. Continue reading “Crazy About Awnings!”