3 Eye-Popping Upholstered Chair Transformations

3 Eye-Popping Upholstered Chair Transformations
Lacefield Designs out of Atlanta, Georgia has a catalog and an on-line store where they feature 'junky old thrift store furniture' found at antique markets, Craigslist, Goodwill stores, and local thrift shops that looks far from junky by the time they're through with it. Here are three such transformations, all using  Lacefield original textiles.

Up top is a 'granny' wingback that became a giddy young thing again. The fabric is Lacefield's Bengali Grey. (All the the fabrics featured here are $40 per yard. They are all 55" wide are are printed in the USA.)

Stodgy hotel surplus dining chairs are a breath of fresh air now painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint and Lacefield's Bombay Cobalt and Bombay Mist.

Another wingback, but this time with a bunch of curves. Before, I find them excessive. But with the right fabric--in this case Lacefield's Madras Bisque--they become a co-star to the textile, thereby making an inspired duo. 

For more furniture transformations from Lacefield Designs, click here.

Textile Tuesday: Vintage Furniture Transformations [Lacefield Designs]