Do any of you remember when I painted this chair?
It was back in October 2015. I used it in my living room for a while, and then it moved to the Q branch. I was actually going to sell it a while back, but my niece wanted me to keep it because it was the most comfortable option for added seating in the living room when needed (and she was always the one who ended up sitting in it).
But now that we have the sectional with plenty of comfortable seating for 4, I no longer need the chair. So I decided to freshen it up with some new upholstery before selling it.
I pulled out some drop cloth material, a couple of stencils, and some Fusion paint in Putty and Algonquin.
I don’t have much paint left in either of those containers, but it doesn’t take much to stencil a faux grain sack look on fabric.
Prima Marketing sent me some of their brushes a while back and I assumed they were stencil brushes. But, they actually call them wax brushes. Ooops. Well, FYI, they work great for stenciling too!
The one above with the round ball-like handle was perfect for adding the grain sack stripe to my fabric. It made quick work of filling in that fat stripe down the middle.
This next brush worked great on the smaller details of the wording.
So, they may be meant for wax, but these brushes work great for stenciling too!
Once my paint was dry, which really only took about 20 minutes or so, I simply removed the old fabric and stapled the new stuff in place.
And now this chair is ready for a new home.
If you’re wondering where to purchase the Prima Marketing brushes, check out their ‘where to buy’ page.
If you’re wondering where to buy the Fusion paint, check out their ‘where to buy’ page.
And finally, if you happen to be local (Twin Cities, MN) and in need of a freshened up chair, check out my ‘available for local sale’ page to see if this one is still available.