I purchased this chair with the intention of transforming it into something fun and "artsy" for my studio. That was several years ago!
This past weekend, I decided to give it a new look with some paint, and Hazel and Ruby paper.
It was super easy and only required a few supplies! I used some spray paint I already had, Colllage Pauge, Hazel and Ruby paper (the over-sized sheets are perfect for projects like this), some painters tape, a craft knife, and a large paint brush.
I taped off the feet with the painters tape and painted the metal parts with the spray paint.
I cut two pieces of the paper large enough to cover the seat and the back. Then, applied a generous layer of Collage Pauge to the seat and placed the paper over the Collage Pauge. I pressed the paper down with my hands, starting in the center and working my way to the edges. I repeated this step until all the bubbles were removed and the paper was completely secure to the wooden seat. I repeated the same steps for covering the back of the chair.
I used a craft knife to trim the paper along the edge of the seat and back, once the Collage Pauge was dry. After trimming, I applied a layer of Collage Pauge to the top of the paper to seal it.