I told you earlier in the week I hit the mother lode of benches at my last flea market visit. Three in one day to be exact. I'm trying to process them one by one to get them to the shop. The first one was my primitive red bench and this is the second one. My last photo in this post is the before.
The bench was already painted black so I had my husband freshen the black paint with a new coat. This isn't an old piece so distressing isn't in the mix, just a refresh and re-do. When I removed the gold and red tapestry fabric with the cute red ball fringe (somebody loved it) this retro 60's black and white flower power fabric is what was underneath. I think it's kinda cute if you have the right decor so I'm going to try to sell it as is. It's clean and fresh and now I can tackle bench number 3.
You can see the bench as I found it wedged behind my piano bench which is now red. Thanks for visiting. This is a lesson in not making more work for myself than I already have.
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