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MISMATCHED DINING SET MAKEOVER: TRASH TO TREASURE CHAIRS

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I've got an awesome mismatched dining set makeover that really is a trash to treasure transformation!

I loved this drop leaf dining table because of the size and it was given new life in a custom mixed color of
Annie Sloan Old Violet, Paris Gray and Graphite, lightly distressed and clear waxed.
The client that purchased the table wanted mismatched chair styles and brought a beautiful fabric for me to use to recover the seats on 2 of them.

This poor set of chairs were on their way to the landfill. Most people wouldn't have given them a second glance. However, they were sturdy solid wood and I knew they could be salvaged and given new life!
They got a fresh coat of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Old White, new cushioning and fabric and you'd never believe they were the same chairs!
My client sent me photos of the table and chairs in her dining room and for a mismatched set of chairs and a table that were all purchased seperately, I think they look great together!

I absolutely love the fabric she chose and it tied the chairs in with the table color and her dining area perfectly.


What do you think? Do you like the idea of mismatched chair styles?



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