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d*s reader natalie hansen is one talented lady. she loved this ava green fabric from repro depot so much that she bought five yards of it and reupholstered her living room chair in- by herself! i'm not much of a seamstress (not one at all really) so i'm always in awe of anyone who can reupholster on their own- with such great results. i love seeing the diy talent out there- if you've done anything similar feel free to send it along! great work natalie!


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

the chair looks amazing! great job natalie!

8:36 AM  
Blogger Bhavna Bhatnagar said...

Sigh..so good to be to able to do things like this yourself!

8:44 AM  
Blogger Wolfie and the Sneak said...

What a gorgeous reinvention of that chair!
Here's one I did .
i'm working on another one as practice before I tackle the couch!

8:46 AM  
Blogger design*sponge said...


that chair looks great- good job!


8:47 AM  
Blogger Wolfie and the Sneak said...

thanks! I'm thinking about painting the wodd a glossy white, but haven't decided yet. any thoughts?

8:58 AM  
Blogger Erin Lang Norris said...

wow, that's amazing! i've been wanting to do something similar for awhile, but i always forget about it!

you know, it would be a lot of fun to go out and find old chairs that need reupholstering and bring them home to make them look great. then you could turn around and sell them :) i mean, for a person who has the time and resources.

8:59 AM  
Blogger design*sponge said...

i think the white would be awesome- it would be super graphic and punchy. but you could always do dream or even a soft pastel for something less "pow!" and graphic :)


9:08 AM  
Blogger design*sponge said...

also, i may be crazy but i think coral would look rad, too.


9:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

stick with the glossy white! (bold and classy)

9:23 AM  
Blogger Nathalie said...

I love the chair and fair play Natalie for the work you have done, a friend of mine has just finished to reupholster 6 dining chairs and from the little i saw, it ain't an easy job at all !
I love the patterns and the color is fantastic !

10:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That chair looks beautiful!

I did a couple myself, but nowhere near as classy :)

Here's the process and one of my chairs.

10:29 AM  
Blogger franki durbin said...

wow. natalie, you are welcome to reupholster my fine furnishings any day! I am truly impressed with your craftsmanship - and confidence!

nice finished product!

12:42 PM  
Blogger michele said...

I am going to start my first upholstery project in the next month - any recommendations on what kind of staple gun I should look for? I am on a budget, so the cheaper, the better!

1:26 PM  
Blogger Style Court said...

Wow Natalie, I'm impressed! Great fabric choice.

1:39 PM  
Blogger Raven said...

It looks great! I love the fabric and I agree with d*s, coral would look rad.

3:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh wow that chair is PERFECT. My favorite colors... *GRABS IT* :) :) Awesome work!!!

4:17 PM  
Blogger the bridal wishlist said...

wow. this looks fantastic.

5:29 PM  
Blogger Natalie said...

Thanks for all of the awesome feedback! I updated my blog to let other DIYrs know just how easy this was (but then again, I'm an artist and know how to stretch canvas). :) Please feel free to email me if you have any additional questions ! I'd love to help you out! natalie@nataliehansen.com.

7:58 PM  
Blogger IMEDAGOZE said...

wow, excellent job!

8:46 PM  
Blogger Margie said...

That is sooooo cute! Nice job.

2:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi could you post a step by step guide along with your photos? would be SO great x

11:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, I hope you don't mind but I borrowed this chair for my blog post on the perfect makeup table chair! I have linked to you as well as to Natalie, and do so with respect and a nod to your awesome sites.

Thanks! And come by my house some time, won't cha?

Tamara at Modern Gear TV

5:50 PM  

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