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The pair of swivel chairs in the living room cost $35 at a neighbor's estate sale. The owner reupholstered the seats with old coffee bean sacks and jeans.
reupholster old chairs with old jeans and burlap coffee bean sacks
Buddy could do this Reupholster vintage chairs with burlap sacks and blue jeans. From the same creative Portland homeowner who hung the map in the last photo, here is a great budget-friendly upholstery material: old blue jeans
Reupholster vintage chairs with burlap sacks and blue jeans. here is a great budget-friendly upholstery material: old blue jeans and burlap coffee bean sacks. Start saving up your family’s old jeans instead of tossing them (or pick some up cheap at a thrift store) and ask your local coffeehouse for a few
Kristie Barnett, The Decorologist
Old Chest painted white
Scheer & Co.
Harlem Apartment - Bedroom
- smart use of place mats on night table - nice lampshade with interest inside (wallpaper or fabric?) - looks like a 'buffet lamp' painted white ~ & with larger interesting shade added!
inside patterned lampshade
Refinish for old furniture
Right Meets Left Design LLC
leather. The turquoise blue lamp base is one of a pair, with the other lamp used in the bedroom. The lamps were differentiated with two different style lampshades. Photo: John Dolan Photography
black edged lampshade
Old night stands
my dressing table in my home
Idea for old dressing table I haven't refinished
Old dresser for a girls room
17. Old touches There’s nothing more feminine than the classic Queen Anne-inspired dresser – a perfect element in this country bedroom. To finish it off, the owner added a sweet cerise armchair, a delicate lamp and an array of jewellery, photos and fashion items.
A local artisan made the dining room pendant light using materials salvaged from a chicken coop. “I love the eclectic feel of mixing old and new, repurposing items and using them in unexpected ways,” Shona says.
A local artisan made the dining room pendant light using materials salvaged from a chicken coop. “I love the eclectic feel of mixing old and new, repurposing items and using them in unexpected ways,” Shona says. Table: Sequoia Dining Table, Z Gallerie; dining chairs: Marshalls; mirror, lighting: Blue
3. Different chairs, same upholstery. Unify a group of lovely chairs, old or new, by having them re-covered in the same fabric. In the dining room featured here, three different pairs of chairs were all covered in similar fabric