Wednesday, January 26, 2011

White Bed Frame

I haven't done any Before and After furniture projects lately. Unfortunately I only have the "after" on this one.
This bed frame was a street find.
An ugly street find. Even though the frame is wood, it looked like plastic, with a faded yellow speckled paint job. And the fabric was an even uglier 1980's mauve satin. I really with I had a before photo.
The frame received a flat white paint job.
I found this silvery/gray velvet upholstery fabric as a remnant, for only $1. There was barely enough to work with, but I was able to make it fit.
After replacing the foam, I stapled the new fabric to the frame, then used white fabric trim to cover up the staples. And there you have it, a new bed frame.

Linked up to White Wednesday, hosted by Faded Charm.

9 comments:

  1. Wow! This looks awesome. Nice job on the fix up!

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  2. i love this! could you show more step by steps in the future because i need the help!!! i am not too good at redos!

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  3. This is just beautiful! Great job!

    XO,
    Jane

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  4. What a great project! I love the white wood with the soft gray fabric. Perfect combination. It's so fun to transform something nobody wants into something beautiful. Nice job!
    Lynn at Cottage and Creek

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  5. This looks like a beautiful designer piece. You did a wonderful job. ~~Sherry~~

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  6. Hi there- this looks beautiful~ what a great find and redo! Following you along~ nice to meet you! :)

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  7. I love the shape of your new head board! Even better that it was a curb find.

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  8. Looks so chic! I just love it.:o)
    Great transformation.
    Fondly,
    Ann
    @
    The Tattered Tassel

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