If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, then you’ve probably seen this stool before.
It was a thrift store find that I fancied up with bright yellow paint and some damask fabric. It’s been used in several different spots in my house over the last 1-1/2 years. But I had grown weary of it’s bright color, so it was time to rehab the rehab.
I primed the wooden frame with Rustoleum white primer and painted it with Rustoleum American Accents white paint in a glossy finish. I usually prefer a satin finish but this was a “use what you have” project.
Recovering the seat of a stool or a chair is super easy if you use a staple gun. Check out this old post for detailed instructions for recovering a seat.
It’s perfect for a new spot that I’ll be sharing with you later this week.
What about you? Have you ever rehabbed a rehab?