This is Offbeat Home's archive of chairs posts.
Prompted by my therapist, I'm attempting to take up meditation. I've cleared a spot in the second bedroom in which to get my 'tation on, but I'm both finding it difficult because I have back problems and the floor is so uncomfortable. So I'm on the lookout for some good meditation chairs. Any of you have experience shopping for the right mediation-encouraging chair?
Seven years ago when I started college, I bought some cheap Ikea chairs. Starting last year, one by one, they started to give in. For $25 per chair, I can say they ended up being a pretty good buy — but I decided I was ready to go upscale a bit and buy myself furniture that I would really love. And just like that, I got caught in the unexpectedly wild adventure of buying new chairs for my dining room. So I thought I'd share with you my newly acquired expertise on buying chairs for your dinning room, you know, to at least save you the therapy fees.
I have spent the last week researching fun, colorful bar stools with backs that should be about 26" tall, but I haven't found one yet! 26" would be the ideal height to be able to fit our legs under the table, but most bar stools are taller. Do you have any ideas or awesome finds to share?
Another week, another amazing chair makeover. What is with you talented guys!? Though, I will say that I think this chair makeover wins the Offbeat Home "zombie award" for bringing such an old, broken, ugly chair back from the dead with SUCH amazing style!
Kristen took a $40 pair of Craigslist chairs that had CLEARLY seen better days and gave them a painted, glazed, and upholstered makeover that is so chic I couldn't believe it. Even MORE unbelievable — this was her first attempt at DIY re-upholstery! It's Home AND kitty approved for sure.
When most people would have walked right past this dull brown $5 chair, Tatum scooped it up and made a huge change for a total of $7! Learn the trick to most budget-friendly furniture makeovers.