This gorgeous set of antique dining chairs was purchased by a client of mine many years ago at an estate sale. The couple who purchased these chairs have used and enjoyed them over the past several years, but in recent times have decided to change the look of their home.  After adding a beautiful black marble hearth and painting the walls a beautiful grey color, the couple decided they needed to add black accents throughout the room to really finish the look.

The chairs are very good quality and made of solid hardwood, so painting them to update the look was a great idea. Furniture painting is a great way to extend the life of your furniture and much more cost effective than purchasing new. We also recovered all of the seats in a very durable upholstery fabric. The finished product is a beautiful dining room with a pop of color.

dining chair before


dining room

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2 Responses to Furniture Painting

  1. gibson says:

    I loved this article

  2. teri thrasher says:

    Hi Ladies…

    I have ben refferred to you by my friend Judy of OH MY GOSH INTERIORS…You site is amazing! I have a client with 6 dining chairs like the ones in your most recent ad… How much would it be to refinish each one of them in a semi gloss black…no distressing?

    All in good condition… My first estimate said he would only need to lightly sand the chairs.. The finish is good enought to just do this much then paint. Thank you so much!

    PS… I have been offering window convierngs for 20 years now and love being a personal consultant for such projects.. Do you have a window covering refferal person at present? I think you must do drapery…

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