Wooden bar stool makeover

Wooden bar stool makeover DEFAULT

Bar Stool Makeover

A simple bar stool makeover with spray paint and beautiful discount fabric!

A simple bar stool makeover with spray paint and beautiful discount fabric! artsychicksrule.com #barstoolmakeover #barstoolideas

Hello beautiful friends!

I hope you had a wonderful weekend. Wow, the weather has been amazing around here. It surely does not feel like November. (and I am surely not complaining! lol&#;I love it!)

We have spent every weekend (7 in a row so far) working on our beach condo though so haven&#;t really been able to enjoy it too much. Except for having open doors and windows. That&#;s been so nice especially with the dust & mess.
If you missed the latest on that, we are finally revealing the new flooring we are putting in. (it&#;s real hardwood AND it&#;s waterPROOF!) You can read all about it here >>>Waterproof Hardwood Flooring Update

Today I&#;m sharing the very last piece in this haul&#;

A simple bar stool makeover with spray paint and beautiful discount fabric! artsychicksrule.com #barstoolmakeover #barstoolideas

The barstools there in the back. (there are 4)

A simple bar stool makeover with spray paint and beautiful discount fabric! artsychicksrule.com #barstoolmakeover #barstoolideas

My friends are also sharing their &#;trash to treasures&#; today too so be sure to scroll all the way down to see theirs.

Bar Stool Makeover

Here is how they started&#;

A simple bar stool makeover with spray paint and beautiful discount fabric! artsychicksrule.com #barstoolmakeover #barstoolideas

They are solid wood and were only $8 each.

But they were pretty beat up. So I sanded them all very well before I began painting them.

A simple bar stool makeover with spray paint and beautiful discount fabric! artsychicksrule.com #barstoolmakeover #barstoolideas

Then I wiped them down well and sprayed a coat of primer on first.
Then I sprayed about coats of white spray paint to finish.

Then I recovered the seats with this gorgeous fabric I found in the discount bin at JoAnn&#;s. (I bought extra because I couldn&#;t help myself&#;it&#;s so pretty!)

A simple bar stool makeover with spray paint and beautiful discount fabric! artsychicksrule.com #barstoolmakeover #barstoolideas

A simple bar stool makeover with spray paint and beautiful discount fabric! artsychicksrule.com #barstoolmakeover #barstoolideas

I just love the new, crisp white and that pretty blue and white fabric.

A simple bar stool makeover with spray paint and beautiful discount fabric! artsychicksrule.com #barstoolmakeover #barstoolideas

What a difference, huh?

Hard to beat for $8 each and discount fabric.

A simple bar stool makeover with spray paint and beautiful discount fabric! artsychicksrule.com #barstoolmakeover #barstoolideas

It&#;s a very nice, thick fabric too.

A simple bar stool makeover with spray paint and beautiful discount fabric! artsychicksrule.com #barstoolmakeover #barstoolideas

You might&#;ve seen me post about it on Instagram the day I found it&#;and how I suddenly couldn&#;t help seeing faces in the fabric.
Can you see them?? lol

A simple bar stool makeover with spray paint and beautiful discount fabric! artsychicksrule.com #barstoolmakeover #barstoolideas

I can&#;t wait to find something else to use this fabric on. I love it so&#;faces and all! ;)

PIN it to save it!

A simple bar stool makeover with spray paint and beautiful discount fabric! artsychicksrule.com #barstoolmakeover #barstoolideas

Don&#;t forget to check out my friends&#; makeovers too below!

A simple bar stool makeover with spray paint and beautiful discount fabric! artsychicksrule.com #barstoolmakeover #barstoolideas

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And if you missed any of the rest of this haul’s makeovers? Check them out here:

This table is getting a whole new look next&#;

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UPDATE!! See it now, here!

Have a wonderful week! I&#;ll see you back here on Thursday with mine and Christy&#;s 8 year blogiversary giveaway!

xoxo

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Today I want to share my wooden counter stool makeover that I mentioned to you last Friday which involves new stools for our kitchen. If you have been following me for a while then you read my post in March (click HERE if you missed it) about my choices of stools. My dream stool is still the acrylic ghost stool and also the Timber & Ore Bar Stool but the prices make it impossible right now to buy that dream, if you know what I’m saying. We just need way too many other things…new microwave, new, stove, vet visits (Ugh! Old cats aren’t cheap!), Germany tickets. The list is never ending but you get my point, right?

Wooden Counter Stool Makeover

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Since we wanted to use our counter though, I decided to go with the cheapest option possible. And after scanning Craigslist for several weeks, I decided to give up since I just couldn’t find any cheap and pretty options.

Well for me, once again Target was the answer with their cheap, but “oh so plain and boring” Landon 24″ counter height stool. At $15 each it was affordable. And I’m sure you are thinking, why is plain and boring the answer??

Target Landon 24″ barstool

And come on say it! It’s so boooooring. Yawn!

What I didn’t mind is the light colored wood since I have always loved my light wood floors. I’ve had the maple colored flooring for 13 years now and didn’t regret or get tired of them once. I have the feeling they’ll get more popular again too. Do you know what the best part is about them? Take a guess? DO IT! (Oh, I’m kind of bossy today…sorry! My friends would tell me that I have the TONE again. They laugh at me when I say “do it” though.)

…Well the reason is that it doesn’t show dirt and dust as much as darker floors do. My neighbor can’t stand trying to keep her dark floors clean. I don’t really have that problem even with 4 cats but I wouldn’t recommend lying on my floors because you’ll look like a used Swiffer pad when you get up, haha! It’s tricky like that &#;

Now back to my stools.

how to paint wood bar stools

I couldn’t live with the plain look of them and decided to whip out the good old spray paint. My hubby actually sanded them down for me, yay! He can do it if he tries!

I taped the entire top of the stool, turned it upside down and cut around the edge of the stool (while it sat on a cutting mat) with a craft knife. Keep the blade really tight against the wood. When you turn the stool around again, it’s a perfect circle and you only have to press down the edges again before spray painting it.

Sorry, I don’t have more painting photos…I know, I know…but I forgot!
This iPhone photo is the only one I have &#;

I used Kilz spray primer for the legs and then some coats of Rustoleum white semi gloss spray paint.
When that dried, I stuck each stool into a large trash bag and tied it close around the top so only the rim would be exposed. Then I used some turquoise spray paint (Krylon Blue Ocean Breeze) that I had left in the garage to add a colorful detail to the top.

And I couldn’t be happier with the outcome. (In case you are wondering, I’m still not done with the tile backsplash but don’t tell anybody, ok?)

I love our new and cheap counter stools or should I say barstools??

(In case you are wondering what sink I bought, I bought THIS extra deep one with THIS sink basket strainer and THIS faucet. The combo has worked really well for us. You can find a very similar pendant light HERE)

The honeycomb light fixture doesn’t look as green on the photos as it actually is. The stools and light coordinate perfectly in my book.

You can find the tutorial for the wood bead pendant HERE.
And the gold faucet HERE and pineapple HERE.

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Simple Bar Stool Makeover &#; Tutorial

A stunningly simple DIY bar stool makeover of basic, $ wooden stools using spray paint, wood stain, sealer, and sandpaper.

Makeover $20 bar stools with stain, paint and this tutorial. The before and after is worth it.

Do any of your makeover projects start because you own something that is serviceable, but just isn't working anymore - either because things around it have changed or because you're just tired of it? That was the case with three basic barstools we bought when we first moved into our house.

As you can imagine, we were practically bleeding money in that first year with all the painting, updates, and remodeling we were doing, so when I found stools for $15 at a piece at a discount store they were just what I was looking for. Then.

Now?

Bar Stool Makeover-Before :: AnOregon Cottage

The glossy, reddish finish had bugged me for a long time, but with our new darker finished wood floors that coordinate with our kitchen remodel's dark wood kitchen counters, I just couldn't stand to even look at them anymore. Really. Like, I wouldn't bring them back into the house when our floors were fully cured - even though my family kept giving me grief for not having a place to sit. I needed to make a decision - redo them or buy new bar stools?

What I really wanted were these stools:

target metal stools

But I'd have to buy two sets in order to get three stools, and I just couldn't justify spending $ when I had three perfectly good stools. I contemplated doing a faux zinc finish, but these stools are used heavily and naturally distress at the edges of the seat and where people rest their feet - not something that happens to real zinc.

So I decided to paint the legs and restain the tops darker. And because I do not want to do this again, I chose a neutral color for the legs instead of a color that I might grow tired of later.

Simple Bar Stools Makeover at An Oregon Cottage

And you know what? I'm super happy with the results! They look great in our dining room now, definitely more expensive looking than $15 barstools.

Even though I put it off for so long, it was a fairly easy makeover that I wanted to share with you - just in case you'd like to save $, too.

Bar Stool Makeover Tutorial

Bar Stool Makeover: Strip and Sand :: An Oregon Cottage

Steps for a simple bar stool makeover:

  • Gather materials: stripper, gloves, and foam brushes - if needed for seat tops like mine that have a heavy gloss finish (alternately, you can make your redo even simpler by just spray painting the entire stool). You'll also need spray paint in your desired color, one can for each stool, stain for the seats (if you're doing this step), and spray or brush-on clear finish. I actually used a spray sealer for the legs and a brush-on for the seats, but you don't have to seal the paint on the legs, I just wanted a little extra protection.
  • Strip the tops according to package directions. I simply brushed the tops with stripper, waited, and then scraped it with a large putty knife onto a plastic sheet that I threw away. Then dip a rag or steel wool into mineral spirits and rub the stripped areas to remove the rest.
  • Sand the tops and legs as needed. I had to get more of the red stain out, so I sanded quite a bit - in the sanding portion of the photo above, you can see the difference between the unsanded (left seat) and fully sanded seat (right). You'll also need to lightly sand the legs and foot rests to rough up any glossy finish.

Bar Stool Makeover: Paint and Stain :: An Oregon Cottage

  • Cover the seats fully with plastic, tightly taping underneath.
  • Turn stools over and spray with paint, doing light coats to minimize runs. Turn stools as needed to spray any unpainted areas.
  • Let dry completely. Optional: spray the painted areas with a clear finish for extra protection (or use a furniture wax).
  • Remove plastic from seats and apply wood stain according to package directions. I used two coats of Minwax Special Walnut.

Bar Stool Makeover: Finish with Sealer :: An Oregon Cottage

Wondering about this, uh, interesting photo?  It's the only photo I could find of this step, which is actually an Instagram with this caption: Why yes I'm applying polyurethane while drinking tea. Doesn't everybody? #diylifestyle (you can follow me on Instagram and not miss any more great witticisms like this!)

Bar Stool Makeover Details at An Oregon Cottage

I'm seriously loving the way the seats go with the other wood in the kitchen and dining room - especially now that it's broken up with the black. I did lightly distress the edges of the legs and foot rests, because they're gonna get that way anyway, so I might as well make it look like it was planned. The seat tops aren't perfect (what is around our house?) but the wood grain is able to show through and they look great with the black legs, I think.

Simple Bar Stool Makeover Before and After | An Oregon Cottage

Here is the side by side before-and-after picture again for you to compare - nice, huh? Some paint, some stain, and voila! New-looking stools for the price of three cans of spray paint (we had all the other materials left over from other projects).

Black Painted and Wood-Stained Bar Stools at the Breakfast Bar at An Oregon Cottage

Now the stools don't look like I plopped $15 stools in the dining room - they actually make the room look finished and add a richness that wasn't there before. And even though they aren't metal, I completely happy that I didn't spend $ on new stools.

I can think of a lot more things I'd rather do with $ And that my friends, is the life of a diyer - if we know we can make do with something pretty easily, we just do it, don't we?

 

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Cheap to Chic Bar Stool Makeover With My NEW Spray Tent

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I&#;m a messy painter. It&#;s a fact. It doesn&#;t mean I&#;m a bad painter, I just get it everywhere. My artist friend says that&#;s a sign of creative people. I&#;m sticking with her theory 🙂 I got a new toy that has helped me wrangle in splatters and spills, over-spray and oops moments and it has been a blast to play with. Thanks to my friends at Wagner for sponsoring this post and sending me the greatest product for messy folks like me&#;a new paint spray tent! (there are affiliate links in this post, that just means if you make a purchase I may receive a small commission, thank you for the support!)Cheap to chic bar stool makeover. See how quick and easy you can transform projects with a paint sprayer and tent. A paint spray tent provides protection and easy clean up for a messy painter like me. We don&#;t have a garage at our house, when we remodeled we turned the existing garage into a guest house. The guest house has been awesome, but it leaves me and all the junk I haul home spread out under our porte-cochere. Every project I work on leaves a little reminder. A drop of paint here, a smear of stain there. My husband is typically unamused by my messiness, but is very sweet about it. Not to mention the extra time I spend cleaning up after myself. Ugh&#;that&#;s the worst part. Is anyone else a messy crafter?
Bar Stool Makeover Supplies
Paint Sprayer &#; this is my favorite one!
Spray Tent
Stools &#; these are the ones I used
Painter&#;s Tape
Stain
Painter
Sandpaper
Cheap to chic bar stool makeover. See how quick and easy you can transform projects with a paint sprayer and tent. A paint spray tent provides protection and easy clean up for a messy painter like me. The time had come for me to replace our bar stools. We broke the seat off one and had cracked another. Since my kiddos use these stools every single day for breakfast they are kind of important in our house. The original ones were from Ikea, they lasted a good four years and were relatively inexpensive ($40/each). I didn&#;t want to spend that much this go round. Y&#;all&#;have you shopped for bar stools lately? They are expensive! It was hard to find anything attractive in a lower price range, so of course I decided some crafty creativity was in order. Watch out, there&#;s cheap to chic makeover coming your way! I found these stools for $16/each. Budget friendly score! Cheap to chic bar stool makeover. See how quick and easy you can transform projects with a paint sprayer and tent. A paint spray tent provides protection and easy clean up for a messy painter like me. Anytime you have multiple pieces to paint a sprayer is much faster, this was my chance to test out the new tent. It took me a few minutes to understand how to put the thing together, but I think these pictures will help you get it up faster should you get one too. Once I figured out what went where it was really easy to put up and take down. My paint tent is sitting on concrete, but it comes with anchors to stick in the ground if you are working in a dirt or grassy area. It was really windy the day I painted so I added some bricks on the corners to hold it down. vI would suggest adding a drop cloth or some kind of added floor protection in front of the tent. I got a little over zealous a few times and sprayed the wrong way. 🙂 It was still  times better than before without the tent. If you have a small space, live in an apartment or need to complete projects indoors, this tent would be great for you. Even if you want to paint in your garage, but need to protect your work area the tent would be helpful. Cheap to chic bar stool makeover. See how quick and easy you can transform projects with a paint sprayer and tent. A paint spray tent provides protection and easy clean up for a messy painter like me.

I prepped the stools by sanding down the high gloss top coat on the stool seats and slightly roughing up the legs. Use an electric sander for the top. I wrapped the tops in plastic bags, secured with painters tape and put them in the tent.Cheap to chic bar stool makeover. See how quick and easy you can transform projects with a paint sprayer and tent. A paint spray tent provides protection and easy clean up for a messy painter like me. This video will show you how the pieces go together, but especially how quickly you can complete painting projects with a tent and sprayer.

It took me 16 minutes of spraying time, not counting a little dry time in between moving the stools around. I will note that if you stop spraying for a few minutes it&#;s a good idea to rinse out the spray nozzle, the paint dries quickly and then the sprayer either won&#;t shoot or sputters some. It only take a minute to rinse the nozzle under warm water and clean. Cheap to chic bar stool makeover. See how quick and easy you can transform projects with a paint sprayer and tent. A paint spray tent provides protection and easy clean up for a messy painter like me. After the stools were completely dried I went back and painted a few extra coats on the bar area where the kid&#;s feet will rest since this will be a high traffic area it needed an extra coat. I distressed with grit sandpaper, waxed and dark waxed for an aged feel. The seat got a dark stain from Ebony Minwax Stain, the color is so much better for my home décor than the original blonde look. It&#;s hard to tell these stools only cost $48 for all three!Cheap to chic bar stool makeover. See how quick and easy you can transform projects with a paint sprayer and tent. A paint spray tent provides protection and easy clean up for a messy painter like me. The next time you drive by and it looks like we&#;ve taken to camping in our driveway don&#;t come knocking for S&#;mores&#;I am just up to another painting project! So you have all the details&#;for this project I used my homemade chalky paint in the sprayer, the color used is Sherwin Williams Pearly White. If you want tips on how to use a paint sprayer you can find them here.  Do you have any projects waiting to be painted? Here is a great combo deal for the sprayer and tent if you want to start tackling those DIY projects you&#;ve been waiting on&#; combo deal. I&#;d love to hear about them! Let me know if you try the tent out and be sure to save this project for later. So glad you stopped by today, thanks friend!Cheap to chic bar stool makeover. See how quick and easy you can transform projects with a paint sprayer and tent. A paint spray tent provides protection and easy clean up for a messy painter like me.

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Makeover wooden bar stool

How to Paint a Wooden Stool

Painted wooden bar stools can add personality and style to your home. Before beginning your project, determine the best paint for kitchen stools and learn how to make your wooden bar stool makeover dreams a reality.

Wooden Bar Stool Makeover Tips

You don’t have to be a professional to invigorate your wooden stools with a fresh coat of paint. As HGTV points out, painting wooden bar stools yourself is not difficult, and you can get creative with colors and patterns. If your stools are damaged or chipped, you should repair them first so that the paint can adhere to a smooth, even surface.

The keys to creating painted wooden bar stools that last are cleaning, sanding and priming the wood before you start painting. If you skip these steps, you are likely to find your paint chipping in a short amount of time after you finish. Applying more than one coat of paint as well as a protective finish at the end will keep your painted wooden bar stools looking great for a long time. Be sure to choose the right kind of paint for your wooden bar stool makeover.

Best Paint for Kitchen Stools

As long as your wooden stools are staying indoors, you don’t need to apply outdoor-safe paint. According to Bob Vila, wood is a fairly adaptable material that can accept both water-based and oil-based paints if you prime the surface beforehand. For your wooden stools, water-based paints, such as latex paint, milk paint or chalk paint, and oil-based paints, both alkyd-based and plant-oil-based paint, are all viable options.

Aesthetically, the best paint for kitchen stools or any wooden stools depends on the kind of look you are seeking. Some paints come in different glosses and sheens, which will affect the look of the final result. If you want your wooden stools to have a distressed look, you can consider milk or chalk paint. If your stools get heavily used, consider alkyd-based oil paint, which is resilient against scuffs and dents.

How to Paint a Wooden Stool

  1. Clean the Surface Thoroughly

  2. First, make sure your wooden stool is clean by wiping it with a clean, dry cloth. If there are any sticky spots or stains, remove them with warm water and mild dish soap or baking soda if necessary. Make sure the stool is totally dry before continuing.

  3. Sand the Stool and Remove Dust

  4. Sand your wooden stool completely before priming or painting. Country Living recommends using grit sandpaper or grit sandpaper if the stool already has varnish on it. You can sand by hand, but it will take significant time and energy, so you may be better off using an orbital sander. Once you’ve sanded, wipe the stool thoroughly with a tack cloth to remove any residue before continuing.

  5. Apply Multiple Layers of Primer

  6. Use a clean mini foam roller or bristled brush to apply a thin layer of primer. Lowe's notes that an angled brush can help you get into corners. Apply at least two layers of primer, let the primer dry completely and then sand any drips. Follow up with a tack cloth again to remove any sanding residue before continuing.

  7. Apply Multiple Layers of Paint

  8. Mix your paint of choice and apply it to the stool in a thin layer using a bristled brush (again, an angled brush can help you get into corners). Bob Vila notes that it is best to apply multiple thin layers of paint rather than one thick layer. You should paint at least two coats and then let the paint dry completely.

  9. Remove Dust and Apply a Finish

  10. Once the paint has dried, remove any dust completely with a tack cloth and apply a protective finish. This adds additional shine to your wooden stool and will keep the paint looking fresh for longer.

  11. Things You Will Need

    • Mild dish soap

    • Baking soda

    • Sandpaper (grit or grit)

    • Primer

    • Paint (water-based or oil-based paint of choice)

    • Protective finish

    • Clean cloth

    • Orbital sander (optional)

    • Tack cloth

    • Mini foam roller, bristled brush and/or angled brush

References

Tips

  • Use a white primer if you are painting the stool a light color or a gray primer for darker colors.

Warnings

  • Avoid water-based paints. The water in these paints can cause the wood grain to raise.

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Metal Barstool Makeover - Weekend Project!

Follow this easy bar stool makeover DIY steps using a little paint, foam and fabric. Upholster and give your bar stool a modern look! 

Cute seating has never been one of my strong suits. I always get stumped on doing something practical but still cute. Recently I made a new craft table that is much taller than a typical desk and almost had me stumped. Until I discovered that some stools are taller than 28&#;. I was stoked! So I started searching and soon found a 29&#; plain stool on Craigslist for $ Score! And so began the diy bar stool makeover&#;

Plain wooden bar stool DIY bar stools image.

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Here&#;s what you&#;ll need for your own DIY bar stool makeover:

I started with a coat of midnight blue spray paint to get rid of the traditional bar stool look. Well, it ended up being like 10 coats of paint actually. Sand the surface down a little bit first to give the paint more to stick to. After I felt like it was finally covered in paint I found some fun fabric that matches my color scheme for my craft room and bought some foam from my local craft store.

I know I am going to spend hours on this stool so wanted something pretty cushy. I bought 2&#; foam and then just cut it about the same size as the seat of the stool. Now, this doesn&#;t have to be exact at all. Heck, I used a cheese slicer knife because it was the best thing I could find to get the job done.

You do what you gotta do.

Green foam and fabric materials for the DIY bar stools image.

Related:Check out this simple, yet gorgeous, counter stool makeover!

Once you get your foam cut, grab your staple gun and go to town pulling and stretching your fabric to get it covered just right. Be sure to trim away any extra fabric or staple any bits that need it once you flip the stool over.

Tip: Staple the four edges first and then gather each corner and staple away.

Fabric stapled to the underside of DIY bar stools image.

And there we have it! I love how it turned out and can&#;t wait to show you how it looks in my new craft room. And seriously&#;who&#;s not drooling over this fabric? Love!

Before and after of bar stool makeover image.

Are you up for the bar stool makeover challenge?

Bar stool makeover finished project image.

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