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I don't think I have a before of this chair, it was just, well, brown.  Pretty boring but loved the woven seat.  I painted the wood parts of it in Annie Sloan Old White Chalk Paint.  The woven seat was painted in Annie Sloan Country Grey (which is more like a creamy beige) and then I did a wheat stencil on the seat in white. 

After distressing, I used a water based stain wash over the wood parts and the finish is Varathane Satin.  It turned out pretty nice and think it would look good just about anywhere.  At a desk, in an eclectic mix around a table, or just alone perhaps in a bedroom.  The color is neutral enough to go anywhere.  It's comfy too.


 
Sweet wooden storage boxes, you know you want one!  Too darn cute!
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Ya gotta click on this pic, to show them in their glory! Some are lined with material, the purple with tissue paper. I stenciled same design on box onto material in the blue box. Wish I had more of these!
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I love this old WIndsor chair. Yes I left some unpainted with the whitewash on purpose. I like the contrast and I hate painting those spindles. Yes, I mean it. ;)
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Took this cute little corner cabinet to my booth the other day. It's done in Annie Sloan's Primer Red and only used her dark wax. Love how it turned out!

shabby chic, annie sloan chalk paint, upcycled accent furniture