Tuffet Turnaround

This cute little tuffet came my way a few weeks ago. It was just a couple of dollars but it was sorely in need of a revamp.

It looked this the current fabric had been added and was not the original.

I peeled back the covering to revel this very dirty, stained covering.

Well, it had to go!

I removed all the legs by simply unscrewing them.

Then I removed the attachments for the legs.

Then I removed the fabric and revealed the old original padding—poof, gone.

Here's a tip for spray painting these legs. I find a cardboard flat and screw them into the cardboard. It holds them secure and makes it really easy to paint the legs!

I used painter's tape to cover the tips of the legs. I wanted those to remain white. I used Rustoleum Chalk spray paint in the Charcoal color. One coat is all it took.

Some new foam and fabric took only a few minutes. Then I covered the bottom with black dust cover fabric to protect the bottom. Then I reattached the leg supports.

I love this fabric. It was a scrap from another project. Scraps are perfect for little stools!

This was completed in less than an hour. Projects like this are a great foray into upholstery! It sold as soon as Primitive Gatherings opened!

#stool #tuffet #reuphostery #reupholstery #grey #balck #black #chalkpaint #charcoal #rustoleum #primitive #gatherings #Furniture

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Whether my junk is from a garage sale, estate or farm auction, flea market or the side of the road, I love to find it, fix it, clean it, sell it or keep it. So come along the backroads of Indiana with Junk is My Life (me), let's find something vintage and do something cool with it! Formerly Junk Journal.