Several months ago, I found a cane arm chair at a thrift store and just had to bring it home. Something about its shape spoke to me. As I mentioned before, I had every intention of placing it in our master bedroom, as a place for ‘The King’ of this castle to take off his shoes at the end of the day. Unfortunately, over the course of this makeover, ‘The Queen’ happened to fall in love with it, and thinks it might just belong downstairs.
I stripped it down to its frame before the holidays began, but sadly, it was cast aside for the frenzy of Christmas crafts and holiday décor. I tried to finish it before Christmas when I discovered how to make double welt cord, but then my last needle broke and the chair was returned to the garage. This past weekend, I returned to this project, and finally finished it!
Here is the chair ‘Before’:
I kept it classic this time. I didn’t pick a snazzy modern fabric or the latest geometric for the upholstery to wow you. Instead, I chose a neutral camel velvet because I wanted it to be a timeless piece ~ one I could rotate throughout the house based on whim, feeling, and mood ~ all the things that dictate furniture placement in my home these days.