|Plain birch wood bar stools.|
|Looks like someone's initials |
scratched in the top.
Most of you know I'm trying to paint my kitchen and my cabinets. It's been slow going, but it is getting there. :) I'm going to be so happy when it's finally finished! I took a break this week from painting (not my choice; Dr. says so) but I found something else to work on. hee hee hee Seriously, did he REALLY think I wouldn't do ANYTHING? Sorry, doc, but a girl has to have something to look forward to. And since I couldn't paint or do anything with my shoulder, hubby also had to clean the old oven out so that we could pass it on to its new owners in nice condition. How rude would it be if we just handed it over and it wasn't cleaned? Thanks hubby! You're the best.
|Upside down to start the|
I think these are your standard birch wood stools that you see in millions of homes all across the country. While they're functional (sometimes we even bring them into the living room to use as tv trays because we're lazy), they just need a little personality of their own. While everything else in the kitchen and dining room is going to be redone, I wouldn't want these little guys to feel left out. And I know they would. They told me so.
|Completely painted and dried.|
|Part of a burlap bag that I cut up.|
|Just needs to be stapled on|
the underneath so it looks
Other than the painting and the cutting of the burlap sack, there isn't really a lot to these so I'm sure doc will be happy that I haven't gone against his wishes. I hope you enjoy the burlap covered bar stools. I cannot wait to show them with the finished kitchen/dining room paint job, where they will really hold their own and be noticed!
Spray paint (Caribbean Sand multi-colored, textured) by Rustoleum; Burlap sack from unknown source.