SPRAY PAINTING A WOOD CHAIR - turquoise wood chair





The plan for this chair was to donate him to a charity auction makeover event, but the description of eligibility was to also have a fabric seat. Needless to say he didn't qualify and had to stay with me for a makeover of my choosing.



BEFORE
SWHI - single white with some hygiene issues

 

I gave him a good shower, a scrub behind the ears, 
and worked out some of the rough spots. The original white paint was going to be an asset in this makeover.


Because of the metal rods that had been built into the
 frame work underneath, this guy was solid as a rock.
I mixed a fun color of turquoise using Annie Sloan Chalk 
Paint and spray painted the chair top to bottom.


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The next step to this mini makeover was to sand back some of
 the turquoise paint to expose the thick white enamel paint 
underneath. The more I worked at it the more wood I liked
 showing thru also.



I finished this project off with some Minwax paste finishing wax in natural.





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