Vintage children’s furniture offers a unique way to add personality and charm to your home decor, but often requires some basic cleaning and preparation before it can be repurposed. In the Part 1 of our 3 part tutorial, I show the initial steps necessary to ready an antique child’s chair for the next part of the redo process, the painting.
Thinking out of the box when repurposing, can take an ordinary castoff and turn it into a something useful as well as charming. I love finding new ways to use old pieces. If you are needing ideas, and inspiration, on ways to upscale vintage furniture, be sure to check out, Shamrock Step Stool, Dried Lavender, and Today It’s a Console.
Later this week I’ll be posting the second part of the Child’s Chair tutorial, Part 2: The Painting.