Thrifted Wicker Chair

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It’s hard not to pick up every cute piece of furniture when you go thrifting. That is maybe why my garage is filled an embarassing amount with furniture I need to sell or find a place for in our home. oops. But when I saw this wicker chair I knew I had to grab it. I had been eyeing a certain wicker chair at pier one for some time now for our living room. Well it was around $200 & you know what? I change my mind too often to spend that on a wicker chair. As I was walking through our local thrift store I spotted this wicker chair & the owner told me it was from pier one. Even though it didn’t have a cushion and has a few damaged spots, I knew this baby was mine, & all for less than $15! So in my eyes I really saved $185, that’s my story and I’m sticking to it!

Thrifted wicker chair makeover - lizmarieblog.com

Thrifted wicker chair makeover - lizmarieblog.com
Thrifted wicker chair makeover - lizmarieblog.com
I had to purchase a cushion from Pier one {which cost be more than the chair at almost $30!} but it was worth having a lovely neutral cushion that fits the chair perfectly. & this cushion matches the cushions I used in our dining room for the barstool & bench makeovers as well.  The pom blanket was purchased at meijer a few years ago & the burlap pillow is from Belk recently. There is still minor damage on the chair that I need to fix, but I will post on that later.


Thrifted wicker chair makeover - lizmarieblog.com
& before the wicker chair, there was this retro little black beauty. This was a while back before our DIY rustic tv console too. I love this little retro chair, but I needed some change.

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Thrifted wicker chair makeover - lizmarieblog.com

Thrifted wicker chair makeover - lizmarieblog.com
This chair is so cozy let me tell you, and I think it fits right in with our white furniture in the living room. I need to find a colorful pillow for the chair, but for now it’s just perfect the way it is. What do you think of my new thrifted wicker chair? I still have some work to do on it, like touching up some damaged spots and trimming some frayed areas, but more on that later. Leave a comment below or find me on Facebook or Instagram to chat!


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