At her blog, Counting Willows, Michelle had four of these red saddle stools. “They were everywhere for a while, and for good reason,” she points out. “They are inexpensive, don’t take up much space and you can put them just about anywhere.”
When Dena from Hearts and Sharts told her realtor than a basement workshop was a must for her–since she loves refinishing furniture–her realtor was quick to offer her some of the furniture languishing in her own basement. So….this project is courtesy Dena’s real estate agent, who passed along these Louis chairs.
Don’t you love it when the decorating fairies smile upon you? That’s what Emily from Our House, Now a Home thought happened when she spotted this chair on the side of the road. She was actually driving out to shop for a desk chair in just these proportions!
Over at Rain on a Tin Roof, Jenna tells us, “This was my first ever roadside find. It just took me a long time to get around to fixing it!” Well, when you see how this chair makeover turned out, I think you’ll agree it was worth the wait.
Over at The Salvaged Boutique, Kathy tells us, “Last year I was dressed in a suit, heels on, make up done, good hair day. And then I drove by a neighbor’s house and saw farm tools, antiques AND furniture…curbside for garbage day!”
When Susan of SAF Affect saw these beautiful Mid Century Modern chairs, she was willing to plunk down cash to get them. She paid $300 for a set of four, and felt like that was a steal. So imagine Susan’s surprise when, just days later, she spotted two more chairs of the exact same design sitting on a curb waiting for the garbage truck.