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Furniture for Sewing Room

Sewing Room Furniture Re-do www.lifeatthecottage.com

Sewing Room Furniture Re-do http://www.lifeatthecottage.com

It makes me happy that my daughters and I share common interests such as sewing. A conversation over fabric collections and patterns is not uncommon. When my youngest daughter went to college she needed furniture for her sewing room. I found an old sewing cabinet at a thrift store and a broken chair at a yard sale. Sorry I don’t have before photos but everyone has seen these dated scratched up sewing cabinets at thrift stores and yard sales.

Sewing Room Furniture Re-do www.lifeatthecottage.com

Sewing Room Furniture Re-do http://www.lifeatthecottage.com

My daughter requested I paint it dark gray. I found fabric to match and also scrapbook paper to decorate the drawers which had a decorative indentation so I just traced that and attached the scrapbook paper to the drawer fronts. New hardware was purchased and added to the cabinet. I fixed the chair and recovered the seat with the new fabric.

Sewing Room Furniture Re-do www.lifeatthecottage.com

Sewing Room Furniture Re-do http://www.lifeatthecottage.com

Now she has a place to sew and create more wonderful quilts.

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This entry was published on June 24, 2014 at 5:40 pm. It’s filed under DIY, Quilting at the Cottage, Re-purpose, Re-purpose Gallery and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

5 thoughts on “Furniture for Sewing Room

  1. I love it. What is the paint color and where did you get the fabric?

  2. Thank you. I have a project these would be good for.

  3. Adorable – love it.

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