decordemon
Interior Designers & Decorators
Brian Patrick Flynn
 

Brian Patrick Flynn

URL
http://www.decordemon.com

What Houzz contributors are saying:

To start turning the old lady into a hot, modern momma, I used the sanding block to rough up her frame. While the orbital sander is super efficient, makes cool noises and really gets rid of existing finishes, it's not ideal for thin, round surfaces. By sticking with the sanding block, I was able to wrap around the rounded legs as well as the back and also get the old finish out from the nooks and crannies. Overall, this chair took about 20 minutes to strip. She's also a great example of a seat which is super easy to reupholster. Simply stretch batting and fabric across the top, then staple underneath. To take it one step further: Cut a piece of black fabric to size, then staple that to the bottom, covering up the staples and cut edges underneath.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

joanie1984 added this to joanie1984's Ideas
November 7, 2013
Mismatched chairs
Jackie C added this to Furniture/arrangement/window seats
September 25, 2013
To start turning the old lady into a hot, modern momma, I used the sanding block to rough up her frame. While the orbital sander is super efficient, makes cool noises and really gets rid of existing finishes, it's not ideal for thin, round surfaces. By sticking with the sanding block, I was able to wrap around the rounded legs as well as the back and also get the old finish out from the nooks and crannies. Overall, this chair took about 20 minutes to strip. She's also a great example of a seat which is super easy to reupholster. Simply stretch batting and fabric across the top, then staple underneath. To take it one step further: Cut a piece of black fabric to size, then staple that to the bottom, covering up the staples and cut edges underneath.
klrrpcv added this to klrrpcv's ideas
September 24, 2013
Brilliant
magtbbkitchen added this to magtbbkitchen's ideas
September 16, 2013
Chair
yennylim added this to yennylim's Ideas
June 6, 2013
Chair
kbkbaran added this to kbkbaran's ideas
May 19, 2013
redo an old chair
annemariea69 added this to Dining Room Ideas
April 23, 2013
barbmarcell added this to Thrifty Decor Chick
March 28, 2013
After
tbartley5151 added this to tbartley5151's Ideas
February 25, 2013
Chairs
wray added this to wray's ideas
February 16, 2013
cool chair
acura_girl66 added this to acura_girl66's ideas
January 18, 2013
Chair
m36m37 added this to m36m37's ideas
January 11, 2013
To start turning the old lady into a hot, modern momma, I used the sanding block to rough up her frame. While the orbital sander is super efficient, makes cool noises and really gets rid of existing finishes, it's not ideal for thin, round surfaces. By sticking with the sanding block, I was able to wrap around the rounded legs as well as the back and also get the old finish out from the nooks and crannies. Overall, this chair took about 20 minutes to strip. She's also a great example of a seat which is super easy to reupholster. Simply stretch batting and fabric across the top, then staple underneath. To take it one step further: Cut a piece of black fabric to size, then staple that to the bottom, covering up the staples and cut edges
Hayli Egbert added this to hayli_egbert's Ideas
January 5, 2013
Redone beautiful chair
Anna Spray added this to anna_spray's ideas
January 1, 2013
Color and style
GENERATION HOME added this to Furniture
December 28, 2012
the chairs!
elledecor added this to Baja
December 7, 2012
Painted
crwindsor1978 added this to crwindsor1978's ideas
October 4, 2012
Love color of chair
megantroskie added this to megantroskie's ideas
August 21, 2012
CHAIRS
Barbara added this to siwasally's ideas
June 13, 2012
good instructions
rgriffin added this to Living Room
September 4, 2011
To start turning the old lady into a hot, modern momma, I used the sanding block to rough up her frame. While the orbital sander is super efficient, makes cool noises and really gets rid of existing finishes, it's not ideal for thin, round surfaces. By sticking with the sanding block, I was able to wrap around the rounded legs as well as the back and also get the old finish out from the nooks and crannies. Overall, this chair took about 20 minutes to strip. She's also a great example of a seat which is super easy to reupholster. Simply stretch batting and fabric across the top, then staple underneath. To take it one step further: Cut a piece of black fabric to size, then staple that to the bottom, covering up the staples and cut edges underneath.
candaceolander added this to Furniture
August 28, 2011
Red chair
tea added this to caliope's ideas
June 15, 2011
inspired .
rstatt added this to dining room decor ideas
June 5, 2011
red chairs with interesting fabric or white chairs with red fabric to spice up the dining room area
kafitz81 added this to Chairs
March 28, 2011
Red Chair
dear added this to dear's ideas
March 22, 2011
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