Chairity: Give them a Second-Chance!

Who doesn't love a great makeover story? Rags to riches, beast to beauty, drab to fab -- you can't help but get sucked in, right? A nip here, a tuck there, cut and color. The best part? ...The reveal, of course!

When we landed on this post, "Inner Beauty," from Irwin Feld Design, we were in awe at how well Marcy built excitement with her words.... just as it occurs before our eyes... its almost a love story. Our hearts skipped. Literally follow along step-by-step as sisters Lynn and Anne take on exciting new lives as sleek, sophisticated, modern, and -- dare we say -- sexy ladies. Try not to be envious; you can get your groove back, too.
Here's a little inspiration to get you motivated. You'll cheer for -- well, chairs.

You've seen it before, haven't you? She's hiding in the corner, unapproachable, unfriendly, un-everything. You pass her by for her livelier, more inviting friends. Well, take a second look.
Molly Worth from Chairloom did wonders for this new beauty by pairing a modern, bold pattern with a classic frame.

Goodwill chic? Sounds suspicious. But don't be too quick to judge. This little lass got a new spring in her step with a coat of silver paint and vibrant floral fabric. 

Even makes you feel younger, doesn't it? 

At first glance, this chair doesn't seem so bad. But "not so bad" isn't exactly good, either. We actually love the dark wood, but the tired, drab upholstery is a bit of a downer. This dramatic transformation takes this chair from winter to summer with fresh white paint and a cheerful fabric choice.


The next time you're feeling tired of looking at the same old chair in your house, consider giving her a second chance with some makeover magic. Because she wants to feel beautiful, loved, and admired, too.

Bravo, Marcy, for your clever wit in speaking on behalf of your chairs!  You inspired me!

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