Suzan says - I've been thinking of painting the arm chair in the living room
John says - You mean the legs? That's the only wood on it
Suzan says - No, the entire chair actually
John says - OVER MY DEAD BODY...............YOU ARE NOT TOUCHING THE LIVING ROOM FURNITURE - THIS IS TOO MUCH - DO YOU HEAR ME - THIS IS JUST TOO DAMN MUCH NOW...........
We're on our way to Caroline's today................and I've been dying to see this beauty in person.
I helped paint it one day while visiting - but haven't seen it completely done in person yet
An antique sofa that's been entirely painted - fabric and all.................
Come on over - I'll meet you there!!!
I have to get in the car - but you can just click the link below
See you there - have a wonderful weekend all
Headed over- Gotta love crazy- I paint furniture too- xo DianaReplyDelete
wow, would love to see how it turns out!!! the one in your picture looks awesome!ReplyDelete
Okay, I'm clicking and away I go...ReplyDelete
Thank, Merci m'a cher Suzan!!! I shall see you in a bit. :)ReplyDelete
THat was very cool Suzan!ReplyDelete
Wow, that is crazy beautiful! Hard to believe that's paint! I so need to get my hands on some!! Thanks for the intro to a new friend! Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
Love the way you hid from the camera there Suzan! That was a really helpful post. I have a couch I'm thinking of painting.ReplyDelete
Who woulda thought you could paint that fabric? Very nice!ReplyDelete
I haven't painted fabric yet, but I've painted the linoleum in my bathroom, and my shower surround, and and and...ReplyDelete
You look 17-years old in her photo of you working on it.
This is crazy cool. I am jumping over there now.ReplyDelete
That is quite a project. I am itching to paint a piece of upholstered furniture. Now I am on the hunt for sure.ReplyDelete
I'm headed over. :)ReplyDelete
This sounds really interesting! I'll be sure to visit later as soon as I can!ReplyDelete
It's absolutely amazing Leah!!!Delete
I feel their painting pain...I did two chairs but still have to wax them. I didn't water the paint down because I used Old White or a darkish pattern. Still trying to decide on what color I want to paint the wood! I'm stuck.ReplyDelete
The couch is to die for and so is the shop!
I just saw this and still can't believe it, I am amazed!ReplyDelete
Fantastic. I love it. Didn`t know that it was possible to paint fabric. Interesting.ReplyDelete
Crazy - I was just talking with a fellow painter about painting fabric - she has a funky mid-century chair and we thought it would look awesome in Barcelona. I've sent her over to check out this sofa project - it looks awesome!!ReplyDelete
Hi Heather - there's going to be some wild conversations going on in this house - because I'm definitely painting an arm chair I have LMHO.................Delete
Stopping by from the blog hop--new follower! Looking forward to reading more. :) I love a good adventure!ReplyDelete
-Rachael from The Rehomesteaders
Thanks so much Rachael - very happily following back :)Delete
You painted the fabric on a couch??? I have never heard of such a thing. What kind of paint would you use? Certainly 'couch paint' does not exist :)ReplyDelete
Does your husband like it? Did it turn out the way you expected?
LOL - it's Annie Sloan Chalk Paint - the miracle paint !!!Delete
It wasn't mine - a friend of mind did it - I'm going to do a chair next week
I hopped over and took a look... wow! It's beautiful! I've actually had painting fabric furniture pinned on one of my Pinterest boards for quite awhile not but haven't tried it yet!ReplyDelete
Wowsers! The couch looks amazing. Does it feel stiff? I have an old pink velvet wingback chair up in my garage that may be in need of some chalk paint. Thanks for sharing this Suzan. Blessings, PattiReplyDelete
P.S. I didn't see you there. We must have just missed each other :(
I checked the sofa and it's gorgeous. I wonder how does it feel when you sit in it?ReplyDelete
Coming over I want to paint leather any ideas??ReplyDelete