Hello my lovelies……..
A while ago, we bought some stools for our kitchen island, which makes midweek dinners and weekend breakfasts a little more casual. Plus, for the first time, the man can perch there while I cook dinner (he don’t cook).
A while ago, the office above ours at work had a clean out…
I went dumpster diving…
These products from Morgan Satterfield over on the Brick House
Much as I had a lot of trouble with the chair seat, the back took even longer, as it ended up being way more fiddly than I thought. As you can see, again, I had already cut all of the panels out, so ended up having to sew them on separately. Continue reading
First things first – because the chair was so destroyed, I couldn’t use the original foam and cushions, though the springs attached to the chair frame were still good. So I took some measurements of the size that I wanted the chair seat and back to be (I made the back a bit longer), then took those down to my local foam place. They cut the foam I chose to size, which was a lot easier than trying to buy one big piece of foam and hack away (have you ever tried to cut foam? Not fun. Apparently a bread knife works best).
Hiya party people!
So we recently bought a new house, and have been busy renovating (more on that down the track). Problem is, the new place is a fair whack bigger than the old place, and the cashola that is left, is going to finishing the renovations, rather than furniture. Which means, things have had to get creative.