In my last post I showed you my white, rectangular dining table, two white chairs and newly painted navy bench. It’s a pretty long table so even though I now have all those seats, I still can use more. A newly married friend and her husband are in the process of revamping their apartment. Since their styles are completely opposite, modern vs antique, I end up getting first dibs on many of the pieces they are getting rid of. This time I got another chair. A black antique folding chair with woven rattan back and seat.
I love the chair but the color isn’t quite right. The black feels too heavy and just doesn’t work with the navy, blush and gold color palette I’m going for. The plan is to strip the chair, I know, a big and not so fun job, and paint it navy just like the bench. I was already able to recruit my mom to make a new cushion. We used a pretty lace-like diamond pattern fabric in a very pale blush and matching pink velvet ribbon to make the ties. This is what it looks like at the moment but will keep you posted once the paint project is complete.