DIY Ideas: Spray Paint and Reupholster Your Dining Room ChairsEclectic Dining Room, Dallas

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paulines169 wrote:Jun 3, 2013
  • maryapple2013
    I'd like to spray paint my antique oak chairs with cane seating. Will the paint hold on the caning? Thanks for your help!
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    Sarah Greenman
    I used a spray version of KILZ, a base coat, before painting the cane. It worked like a charm.
dy123 wrote:Mar 15, 2013
  • dy123
    dear Sara, I am about to paint my wooden kitchen table in blue :) Before you apply poly, what type of paint did you use on the chairs? Is the type of paint important....or is it just important to seal the paint? I have this image of thecolor "bleeding" after i use poly....pls help
  • Joseph Terzigni
    what kind of plant is on the table
Joe wrote:Mar 15, 2013
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    Sarah Greenman
    I have no idea what they're named... but they look like a cane back Parson's chair to me.

    Thanks for your question!
  • gish7001
    From the legs it's Italian Revival.
grahdoo wrote:Feb 7, 2013

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Nicole White Designs Interiors LLC added this to Bet Your Bottom Dollar on Cane Chairs for Stylish SeatingApr 16, 2013

These cane chairs were given new life with red paint and inexpensive fabric to dress up the seating. If you're afraid of red overload, pair it with black and white to tame the powerful effects of red.Tip: When sourcing cane chairs, be sure the woven back and bottom are in good condition. If the cane weaving is worn or torn, it will cost you to have it repaired, meaning it may no longer be as budget friendly as you thought.

Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to 12 Ways to Dress Up a Room With an Accent ChairMar 10, 2013

7. Cause a stir with red. I'm not really a fan of red, but I do understand how effective it is in causing a commotion. If you want to be provocative with a chair, use red. Red is especially fun in a dining room, where it is said to increase appetite.Get the how-to on this DIY chair project

Laura Gaskill added this to Budget Decorator: 11 No-Sew Home Decor ProjectsFeb 14, 2013

11. Stain fabric with tea for a unique look. Give fabric for any of your projects a vintage look by soaking it in a bucket filled with hot steeped tea (the more bags you use, the deeper the stain) for several hours.Get the full tutorial for these tea-stained and painted chairs

Sarah Greenman added this to Dining Set Makeover: Paint and Tea-Tinted Fabric Make Old Chairs NewJan 6, 2013

Time: 4 hours plus drying timeSkill level: ModerateCost: $65, if you already have a staple gun and screwdriverOur dining room walls are painted a charcoal gray called Cracked Pepper from Behr, and we knew red would pop against the dark walls.

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Olga Zolotareva added this to Идеи пользователя OlgaAug 6, 2018

красные стулья и растение в белом горшке

franlove added this to franlove's IdeasJul 15, 2018

the red chairs with the cushions

vlchapmanf added this to Fun with furniture & paintMar 12, 2018

Dining Set Makeover: Paint and Tea-Tinted Fabric Make Old Chairs New

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