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Lately we’;ve seen some classic old second-hand store chairs transformed with paint in a way we hadn’;t considered, to very cool effect. Painting?a wood chair half-way white creates?a sort of optical illusion: part of the chair seems to recede?and becomes pleasantly ghostly.

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It lightens and transforms this heavy wooden desk chair while leaving its some of its history?visible.

Some of these chairs appear to be “;dip-dyed”; by lowering it part-way into a vat of paint and pulling it out again. Sideways dip-dying created an interesting effect with a stripped chair.

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We think of all the bent wood ice-cream parlor and bistro chairs we’;ve seen that would sparkle from this simple approach.

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Upside-down dip-dying these stools?(by dip-dying?their topspersonalized gifts for girlfriend, rather than their legs), seems to modernize them.

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