A story of a table and 1, 2, 3, 4 chairs

It all started with these chairs I purchased from a friend.

She had not done anything with them and they were missing the seats.  I knew right away what they needed.  
Some white paint and distressing and of course some numbers.  

Well they needed seats so I went with classic ticking in blue. 

Then I got this table on a trip to Cline's and knew that it needed some love too. 

I just cleaned off the legs and sealed their chippy wonderful-ness.  Then I stripped the top and stained that.
While looking at the two different sets I saw a lovely marriage happen.  So they went from friends to a family.

A table and 1, 2, 3, 4 chairs sold quickly and will live happily ever after.

linking to :
Furniture Feature Friday at Miss Mustard Seed
Vintage Inspirations Friday at Common Ground 
Catch as Catch Can at My Repurposed LIfe


  1. that looks so nice all put together! i love the seats on those chairs, too!

  2. I love your transformation, and vision for these pieces! They look made for eachother! Wonderful job!

  3. Beyond darling! I love those chairs and the farm table! You have a great eye! I bought some chairs for a steal, at a garage sale, today. I want to number them like this.

    Have a great weekend, Tammy!:D

  4. Hi Tammy! Saw you over on MMS. Gotta say this makeover is simply gorgeous!


  5. Tammy, You have a great eye for "treasures"! I love what you did with the chairs and, yes, I love your vintage lights, too! I'm following!

  6. how awesome this set is! I bet the new owners love it very much! Who wouldn't?
    "catching" you this week!
    thanks for linking up and linking back to catch as catch can!

  7. I love the words & numbers on the chairs....you did a fabulous job! An amazingly crisp transformation! I dont know how you part with things...you might need to become my sponsor for a 12 step program to learning to sell the treasures you transform.

    Lucky 7 Design

  8. I am not surprised they sold, I just thought they were the cutest.

  9. They looks so cool. Personalized chairs? That's one great idea. Not all people have chairs made by their own hands.