Written By Thirty Eighth Street / 11.02.2015
"Take A Seat": November Fab Flippin Contest
I have a quick furniture flip of my own to share. Introducing bright colors and bold patterns is a great way to freshen up a space without a lot of effort. Reupholstering a piece of furniture can be for both the novice and the beginner! What can you do with a little paint, foam, Minted fabric and a staple gun? Read on!
Who wants to read on a hard bench? Not I. :) The old veneer was removed, new veneer was added and the bench was painted it in a warm white color. Next, we addressed that lack of comfort. ;) We cut down a 1/4 inch board to the size of the bench, added some foam and used a staple gun to adhere this lovely Hexipattern Fabric in Orange to it.
Our November 2015, "Take A Seat" Fab Furniture Flippin' Contest begins now and we can't wait to see the submissions pour in... Good luck!
Have a great week!
Carrie || Thirty Eighth Street
Carrie is the owner and author of Thirty Eighth Street, a blog dedicated to furniture story telling. Filled with tutorials, tips and lots of furniture before and afters, Thirty Eighth Street was created to encourage and inspire her readers to see the full potential of unloved and unwanted furniture. Carrie's work has been featured at HGTV, The Huffington Post, Hometalk, Annie Sloan, General Finishes and several popular DIY blogs. Carrie is a host & judge for The Fab Furniture Flippin' Contest ™ and a regular contributor for Country Chic Paint.