Deconstructed Wing Back Chair pt. 2

Deconstructed Wing Back Chair in Denim

Oh, what a project it was to take this chair apart and then to put it back together in a style that I loved. It was worth it! If you didn't catch pt 1 on tearing them apart then you need to go back and view that!

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What I started with was dirty and needed a desperate makeover. I got both chairs off of a local for sale site and paid $35.00 for both of them. It took almost 5 hours to tear all the fabric off plus the thousands of staples and nails. Today, was the fun part as I got to put it all back together. Let me know if you would love to see a tutorial because I have the other chair to still complete. 

Deconstructed Wing Back Chair re-done in a Railroad Denim Fabric and a Solid Denim

I am absolutely no professional and this is the first time that I have torn a chair apart to re-do it. I used one of my favorite fabrics from Robert Kaufman called Railroad Denim to cover the front part. The sides and the back were covered in a solid denim pattern. 

Deconstructed Railroad and Denim Wing Back Chair
Wing Back Chair that has been Deconstructed
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I chose not to paint the chair. I love the way the denim and wood look together and the wood was in great condition. I did wash the wood down and apply a wax to keep it looking nice. 

Wing Back Chair Makeover done in RailRoad Denim

This just might be one of my favorite makeovers that I have ever completed. It was worth the late night and all the thousands of staples that I had to pull. Now, I have to go and finish the second one. 

Wing Back Chair Deconstruction Make Over

What do you think? Is it a project that you would tackle? I would love to hear what you think. 

Thanks for stopping by!

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Sarah Blankenship

Rocky Hedge Farm is a simple living blog sharing the journey of a family living in small town USA. A hang laundry on the line, cook from scratch kind of girl, living in a modular home that is being remodeled, Sarah writes about balancing life as a mother, wife, homemaker, and farm girl.

Located in rural Missouri, Sarah keeps the company of her husband, and four children. The days are filled with time spent in the garden, keeping house, working on DIY projects, checking on the bees, and spending time with her husband and their children.