I can’t exactly remember when I got this chair. I think it was a $20 thrift-store find back in 2000. I spray-painted it white, then re-covered the seat. It has since seen a lot of use as a dining chair, bedside chair, spare chair, and more recently my sewing room chair.
After creating my fancy new framed quilt wall, I decided that it was way past time for my little chair to get spruced up. Since Krylon Paints sent me some of their Krylon Dual Paint and Primer spray paint, and I had asked for a couple cans in my favorite cherry red, I thought it was the perfect opportunity to turn this beat-up piece of furniture into a stand-out favorite piece.
If you’d like to make your own chair just like mine, you’ll need:
2 cans of Krylon Dual Paint and Primer in cherry red
1 old chair
Piece of fabric, or charm squares, sewing machine, and fusible fleece
Krylon provided me with several cans of spray paint for free, however all opinions are my own.
Krylon sent me the new Dual Paint to try out. Check out their latest promotion, The Dual Duel, where Krylon is looking to find The Ultimate Restorer. To win this title, enter your spray paint restoration project and encourage friends and family to vote for your project as their favorite for their chance to win too.