I just LOVE cane chairs. When I saw these several months ago sitting outside in the parking lot of an auction house, I couldn’t wait to bid on them. I had high expectations and thought I might keep one for my living room. I really thought these would be easy to recover but I was greatly mistaken. There is a hidden ridge all along the back where the staples are to squeeze into as you upholster. It was very obvious early on that there was going to have to be some modifications. We apparently don’t own the right tools. So with my husbands help, we came up with a solution. Now that they are complete, I can honestly say I learned a lot with this project. I can’t wait to have the opportunity to do again. After further research, I have figured out what I would do differently but that’s all part of the process. I love learning new things, it keeps life interesting!!!
This next photo shows what the back looks like without the cushion.↓
Greetings from the beautiful Northwest! I am so happy you have stopped by. Hope you find joy and inspiration during your visit. I am so excited to be creating works of art everyday by taking old and neglected furniture pieces and making them beautiful once again. I am a Design Consultant, wife to my best-friend, mother of four and grand-mother of three! I always welcome comments and questions. I truly appreciate all my wonderful followers! One of my favorite verses ~ Proverbs 3:5,6