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Would you buy these chairs to redo for beach kitchen?

Posted by ravmd (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 1, 11 at 13:15

Hi, came across these chairs and wondering if they could be transformed for our beach place. Behind the sofa will be an island and then to the right of that a large white rectangular table with a built in bench along the back and side. So wondering if these chairs could work with some paint and new fabric?
The back is painted metal and the seat has vinyl stapled down.
Any thoughts/ideas??Thanks!!

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RE: Would you buy these chairs to redo for beach kitchen?

I can see this going so many ways! A crisp white coat of paint with a stripe or beachy print on the seat. Or each chair painted a Key West style color like turquoise,pink, orange. Or even all white on white. Lots of great possibilities for these chairs in this space.


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RE: Would you buy these chairs to redo for beach kitchen?

I think they would be perfect for a beach house. Chairs could be all 1 color or chair 1 color & seats another(what I would do) like tmarie said with a beachy looking fabric, something with a little of the green that is in the sofa to tie in with that open space.


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RE: Would you buy these chairs to redo for beach kitchen?

Love the color ideas... I posted again on the Home Decorating forum as I got more replies there. So many fun fabrics! Def like the key west colors and turquoise,kiwi and coral combos. have to check out oranges next and see what will work! Thanks for the ideas!


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RE: Would you buy these chairs to redo for beach kitchen?

Or you could just send them to me.


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