Alright, I know I’ve said it a million times.
But I am truly beginning to understand the fickle nature of my pc.
So…I’m currently checking some available options.
I have a fun guest post coming to you tomorrow, but I honestly could not wait to hang out with you guys again.
While I was at Lisa’s house last week, we got super crafty and inspired, painting her wall black, and we also worked on this little beauty that Lisa snagged from the same consignments we shopped last week.
I love these lines, and the comfy seat…so very Lisa. She had plans to paint her entry wall a deep teal (not very unlike her living room wall), so I suggested some yellow and gray accent colors.
I felt kind of bad to be spraying all over their grass, but it felt pretty good to paint something.
Plus, I could just see mustard on this little seat.
Minus the teal wall, and one recovered pillow, here she is.
Because we were going for speed and inexpensive, we chose a spray paint base. I believe the color was Warm Yellow, but that was a little too smooth and, well, yellow. I snagged a Glidden paint sample in Mustard to dry brush on top.
After distressing, I added a Jacobean stain on top to give it some depth and beautiful finish. Lisa’s got some Minwax Finishing Paste to seal it.
I envisioned a chunky charcoal and white stripe on the chair, and we found these two pillows at a consignment shop. I love the smaller one, and Lisa will be on the lookout for some fabric or a cover for the larger one.
Don’t you love it??
She just may have gotten me on the color wagon.
See you tomorrow!