Do you have chairs that aren’t fit for sitting on anymore? Why not remove the legs and cut the seat down and make it a shelf. The picture below is one used for outdoor decoration and I sprayed it with crackle paint, then I embellished with recycled junk. And indoor chair has many possibilities too!
I hung my chair by drilling straight through with a big wood screw. Shh…don’t tell my hubby it’s straight through the siding too. You could hang yours with a picture bracket, but beware in high wind if you hang it outside. It could blow off the wall during the night and wake you from a deep sleep thinking you had an intruder. You can see the ramifications of that problem…
Note: The seat was removed and replaced with a board, so only the top of the original chair was used. But you could use the chair seat and saw it off to be a little shorter in depth.
I’m linking this post up to Mustard See Creations for Furniture Feature Friday. Check out Miss Mustard Seed’s blog for some great ideas!
Trash to Treasure Decorating
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This is such a cool idea. Thanks for sharing. Wish I'd have seen this when we lived in Iowa. We had lots of old chairs that would have worked for something like that. Hope you're doing well. I like your new website.
I love this idea – thanks!
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What a cute idea this is. I'll have to remember this one.
this is so clever! love it 🙂
What a great idea! Very cute!
I absolutely love that chair-shelf! And the old rusty junk to boot!
cute, cute ,cute!
Very creative. I love it. And great to see some warm weather projects for outdoors. I am sick of winter.
Oh my goodness that would look so good on the side of my garden shed…thanks so much for the great idea! kim
What a clever idea! Great use for a broken old chair. Thanks for linking up!
What a great idea!! I love it! I will have to do this in the garden…it's so cute and whimsical! Thank you for stopping by!
What an interesting idea! 🙂 Something different for sure.
Love this! What a great way to save the beauty of that old chair!